The Financial Obligation in International Law

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The Financial Obligation in International Law
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vi
  • Preface viii
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Contents xiii
  • Table of Cases xix
  • List of Abbreviations xxxi
  • Epigraph xxxv
  • Part I - Introductory 1
  • 1 - Money as the Deliverable 3
  • 2 - Sufficiency of International Law 10
  • Part II - International Nature of Obligations 17
  • 3 - International Legal Obligation 19
  • 4 - Inter-State Transactions 22
  • 5 - Transactions Involving State Entities and Government Departments 31
  • 6 - Transactions Involving International Organizations 51
  • 7 - International Financial Obligations Owed to Private Parties 68
  • Part III - Currency of Obligations 75
  • 8 - The Currency of Account 77
  • 9 - The Currency of Payment 105
  • Part IV - Value Risks of Obligations 119
  • 10 - The Exchange Rate 121
  • 11 - Nominalism 140
  • 12 - Value Maintenance 158
  • 13 - Substitution 174
  • Part V - Validity of Obligations 185
  • 14 - Provisional Presumption of Validity 187
  • 15 - Capacity 192
  • 16 - Authority 197
  • 17 - Competence 203
  • 18 - Appropriateness of the Object 216
  • 19 - Unvitiated Declaration of Will 220
  • 20 - Forms and Formalities 222
  • Part VI - PR Eliminary Obligations 227
  • 21 - General Preliminary Obligations 229
  • 22 - Pactum de Negociando and Pactum de Contrahendo 231
  • 23 - Obligation Not to Defeat the Object of a Commitment 243
  • 24 - Provisional Application 246
  • 25 - Retroactive Financing 248
  • Part VII - Imposed Obligations 251
  • 26 - General Imposed Obligations 253
  • 27 - Self-Imposition of Financial Obligations 260
  • 28 - Unilateral Imposition of Financial Obligations 267
  • Part VIII - Consensual Obligations 287
  • 29 - Deposit Liabilities 289
  • 30 - Loan Liabilities 297
  • 31 - Reciprocal Currency Swap Liabilities 307
  • Part IX - Conditional Obligations 313
  • 32 - General Conditional Obligations 315
  • 33 - Implied Conditions 318
  • 34 - Expressed Conditions 321
  • 35 - Waiver 346
  • Part X - Fiduciary Obligations 349
  • 36 - General Fiduciary Obligations 351
  • 37 - Agency 357
  • 38 - Loan Administration 365
  • 39 - Administrated Accounts 369
  • 40 - Autonomous Patrimonies (‘Trusts’) 379
  • Part XI - Involuntary Obligations 385
  • 41 - General Involuntary Obligations 387
  • 42 - Reimbursement of Undue Payment 390
  • 43 - Negotiorum Gestio 396
  • 44 - Compensation for Damages Caused by Lawful Acts 402
  • 45 - Reparation for Damages Caused by Wrongful Acts 413
  • 46 - Interest 436
  • Part XII - Ranking of Obligations 477
  • 47 - The Equality Rule 479
  • 48 - Subordination 484
  • 49 - Secured Debts 488
  • 50 - Preferred Creditor Status 492
  • Part XIII - Extinction of Obligations 515
  • 51 - Performance 517
  • 52 - Assignment 557
  • 53 - Subrogation 571
  • 54 - Novation 573
  • 55 - Succession 579
  • 56 - Set-off 599
  • 57 - Prescription 604
  • 58 - Termination 608
  • Index 611
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