Salinger on Factoring, 6th Edition | 2020
Salinger on Factoring, 6th Edition
|Author||Simon Mills, Noel Ruddy|
|Publication Date||Mar 2020|
|Publisher||Sweet & Maxwell|
The legal and practical aspects of factoring and invoice financing are addressed in Salinger on Factoring, which is famous for its highly pragmatic approach. It combines a thorough understanding of the law with clear instructions on how to apply it. For almost 30 years, this book has served as the go-to resource for this complicated field of law. It offers a thorough analysis of and guide to the legal issues that emerge from domestic and international factoring.
- A thorough explanation of the law and practise of factoring and invoice financing
- discusses the different ways that factoring can benefit businesses, including their uses and applications.
- examines the history and principles of contemporary factoring
- examines the advantages and drawbacks of factoring, as well as its proper use and abuse.
- examines the relationship between the factor and the debtors, taking into account both standard collection methods and any necessary legal action in the event that they fail
- highlights the unique factors that apply to foreign factors and examines international factoring.
- Examines the legal framework of factoring, the clauses in factoring agreements, and the typical forms of agreements. Conflicts with third parties are taken into account.
- examines the debtor's ability to offset and counterclaim
- Examines how bankruptcy may affect a factor's, client's, or debtor's rights.
- ponders the use of credit insurance and how it might affect the conditions of the factoring contract and the insurance policy
- includes a glossary, a library of model documents, and