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Looking at the relationship between bank and customer, this volume examines laws pertaining to the disposition of funds by checks and credit transfers, covering both paper-based and electronic payments. The work addresses common law, civilian, and `mixed' jurisdictions, in particular Australia, Canada, England, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Japan, South Africa, Switzerland, and the U.S.
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Benjamin Geva is Professor of Law at Osgood Hall Law School of York University, Toronto, Canada.Review:
`The comparative monograph is clearly aimed at banking law specialists, and would be of great use to academic researchers and lawyers specialising in this area'
European Library, No.8168/496
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