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Past Law Course Reserves: Banking, Payment and Transfer Systems (LAW 498 - Special Topics)

Items on course reserve for Banking, Payment and Transfer Systems (Special Topics) 2017/2018





Set-Off and Security Interests /
Clayton Bangsund
Professor's copy

LR 1
(Prof's copy)

4 hr OUT


PPSL Values /  Clayton Bangsund
Professor's copy 


LR 2
(Prof's copy)

4 hr OUT 0

PPSL Values /  Clayton Bangsund
Professor's copy


LR 2 c.2

(Prof's copy)

4 hr OUT


Deposit Account Set-Off Under the PPSA / Clayton Bangsund
Professor's copy

LR 3
(Prof's copy)
4 hr OUT 2
The Deposit Account & Chose in Action at Common Law & Under the PPSA:
A Historical Review
/ Clayton Bangsund
Professor's copy

LR 5

(Prof's copy)

4 hr OUT 1
Security Interests in Accounts and
the Right of Set-Off
/ Ronald Cuming
​Professor's copy

LR 6
(Prof's copy)

4 hr OUT 0
Report to the Canadian Conference on Personal Property Security Law on
Proposals for Changes to the Personal Property Security Acts

Professor's copy

LR 7
(Prof's copy

4 hr OUT 0

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