LexisNexis published Equipment Financing in Canada, an equipment financing text on the Canadian market authored by Cassels Brock attorneys Jonathan Fleisher and Carla Potter.
This text acknowledges the breadth of this topic by providing a comprehensive look at equipment finance in Canada. It also draws comparisons with U.S. law and practice and is useful for non-Canadian finance companies entering the Canadian market.
Topics include the nature of equipment finance; the market and how it is funded; legal aspects of equipment financing; clause-by-clause examinations of key provisions in a typical equipment finance transaction; considerations under the Personal Property Security Act; treatment of equipment finance contracts in the event of bankruptcy and restructuring; rail, marine and aviation financing; tax and regulatory matters and emerging trends.
Equipment Financing in Canada is a resource for banking and finance lawyers, in-house counsel at banks, commercial financers and non-banks, accountants, U.S. funders and law libraries.
Additional and important contributions to the text were made by Cassels Brock partners Suhuyini Abudulai, Joe Bellissimo, Patience Omokhodion, and Jennifer Wasylyk.
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