Providing a single point of reference, this book covers situations in which banks can incur liability, giving a practical consideration of the central issues and as well as the underlying general principles. It addresses liability in negligence and contract from an English law perspective, with reference to Scottish and Commonwealth law.Thus, if the lender has been negligent, then the section would not apply; if the lender has not been negligent, then no claim succeeds under the general law. ... (a) ThreeaParty Situations In its simplest form, this credit card arrangement will involve contractual arrangements between ... 279 See Ofice ofFair Trading v Lloyds TSB Bankplc  EWHC 2600 (Comm);  1 All ER 845, para 5, per Glosteranbsp;...
|Title||:||Principles of Lender Liability|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press - 2012-10-11|