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- Can the majority noteholders bind the minority into a decision to discharge the obligation to repay the notes?
- Should a security taker insist on a legal assignment of assets that can be dealt with in the ordinary course of business?
- Can a bank/lender take security over goodwill owned by an individual?
- Is a guarantee an encumbrance?
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- Brexit: the legal implications landing page
- Practice note, Repacks: understanding repackaging note transactions
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- Draft regulations extending interim securitisation tax regime
- What's Market: public M&A deal with debt financing
- Cost of funding under ISDA default rate limited to price of borrowing (High Court)
- EBA updated report on monitoring of AT1 instruments and standardised templates for AT1 instruments
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