Joyman Lee, Review of Secured Transactions Law in Asia: Principles, Perspectives and Reform (Gullifer and Neo eds)

Secured Transactions in Asia is the third in a trilogy of edited volumes charting reforms in the law of secured transactions, following Secured Transactions Law Reform (2016) and Secured Transactions Law Reform in Africa (2019). The present volume grew out of a conference hosted by the National University of Singapore, and surveys the chequered landscape of secured transactions law reform in major Asian economies. There is a strong tension between two basic impulses in secured transactions law. The first is to adopt the ‘modern’ legal principles championed by legal reformers, which were first identified in art 9 of the US Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) …”

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Joyman Lee, Review of Louise Gullifer and Dora Neo eds, Secured Transactions Law in Asia: Principles, Perspectives and Reform, (2022) 138 Law Quarterly Review (Jan) 156-159.

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