Making Commercial Law: Essays in Honour of Roy Goode

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Index
act of state doctrine repayment of deposits 326, 332-3
agency necessity, of 268-9
agent
authority
action, to commence 272-3
agency of necessity 268-9
apparent, doctrine of 271
auction cases 265-6
enter into contracts, to 270
expenditure, to incur 270
finish off business, to 266-73
general 272
goods, to sell 260
interest, coupled with 260-5
irrevocable 260
other principals, irrevocability in interests of 273-5
personal representative, from 268
powers given as security 263
purported revocation 274
revocation 259, 264
termination 259, 262, 264
withdrawal by principal 267-9
death of principal, effect of 262, 267-9
estate, rights in relation to 271
performance of transaction by 261-2
personal duty to pay debts 266
personal liabilities, accrued 259-60
property transaction, in 261
remuneration, acting for 264
shares, applying for 261-2
arbitration international see international arbitration right of access to court, relationship with 533-4
assignment
debt, of
false wealth, as 38
notification 51-2
implied 178
rights under contract, of 177-8
association, freedom of
commercial interests, protection of 539- 40
associations
rules of, justiciability 348
auction
buying at, irrevocable authority 265-6
Australia
Commonwealth government, powers of 159
constitutional background 159
harmonizing agencies in 160-2
preference law 447-8
secured financing law 511-17
equitable floating charges, treatment of 515-17
function, expanded meaning of 515
functional approach 514
security agreements, treatment as 515
security interest, definition of 513
Standing Committee of Commonwealth and State Attorneys-General 160-1
Standing Committee of Consumer Affairs Ministers161
Austria
legal system 4
aval
use of 52
bank capital
adequacy regulation, risk addressed by 378
credit risk see credit risk
market risk, adequacy for see market risk
models-based regulation
adoption of 377
concerns with 386-9
confidentiality 388
current approach 389
development of 377-8
foreign firms 388
increased regulatory discretion 387
large numbers, dealing with 388
market risk, for 385-6
model performance, ex-post assessment of 387-8
necessity of 389
parameters 386, 389
small and large firms, relative impact on 387
value-at-risk 386
no bank failure standard, falling below 377
bank syndicates
agent bank 351
arm's length contractual relationship, as 352, 354-5

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