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Author Onamson, Okafor.
Title Law and Creditor Protection in Nigeria.
Imprint [Place of publication not identified] : Malthouse Press, 2017.

Author Onamson, Okafor.
Subject Debtor and creditor -- Nigeria.
Description 1 online resource
Note Print version record.
Contents Cover -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- Acknowledgements -- Preface -- List of Abbreviations -- Table of Cases -- Statutes and Instruments -- Contents -- PART I -- GENERAL INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 1 -- General Introduction -- Some relevant literature -- PART II -- FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN CREDITOR PROTECTION IN NIGERIA -- Chapter 2 -- Fundamental Terms in Creditor Protection -- A Corporate Debt Finance -- Corporate Borrowing Powers -- Corporate Governance Role of Debt Finance -- Operational Definition of Terms
Chapter 3 -- The structure of the legal framework for Creditor Protection in NigeriaThe Elements the Legal framework for Creditor Protection -- Contextual Issues in Creditor Protection in Nigeria -- The Content of the Legal Framework for Creditor Protection -- PART III -- LEGAL COMPONENT -- I. CREDITOR PROTECTION REGIME UNDER COMMON LAW -- Chapter 4 -- Contractual Mechanisms for Creditor Protection -- Creditor Rights: Self-Help Mechanisms -- Termination and Acceleration Rights -- Chapter 5 -- Proprietary Mechanisms for Creditor Protection -- The concept of Security Interest
Possessory Security Interest -- The PledgePossessory Security Interest -- The Lien -- Non-Possessory Security Interest -- The Mortgage -- PART IV -- LEGAL COMPONENT -- II. THE STATUTORY ENVIRONMENT OF CREDITOR PROTECTION -- Chapter 6 -- Strict Peremptory Creditor Protection Mechanisms -- Statutory Prescriptions -- Capital Maintenance Rules -- Disclosure Obligations as Protection for Creditors -- Chapter 7 -- Discretionary Peremptory Creditor Protection Mechanisms -- The Charge under CAMA -- Categories of Interests that can be created under CAMA
Registration of interests created by companiesThe Instrument of Debenture -- PART V -- THE REGULATORY COMPONENT. REGULATORY AGENCIES AND CREDITOR PROTECTION -- Chapter 8 -- the Role of Regulatory Agencies in Creditor Protection -- Corporate Affairs Commission -- Central Bank of Nigeria -- PART VI -- THE ENFORCEMENT COMPONENT -- Chapter 9 -- Legal Mechanisms for Enforcing Creditor Protection -- Enforcement of contractual rights -- Enforcement Mechanisms for Proprietary Protection -- Insurance against the Weaknesses in Creditor Rights Regime
Chapter 10 -- Enforcing Creditor Protection -- Debenture Holder's RemedyAppointment of Receiver -- PART VII -- CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS AND REFORM -- Chapter 11 -- Observations and Reform -- Concluding Observations -- Findings -- Proposals for Reform -- Bibliography -- Index
ISBN 978554530X (ebk)
9789785545302 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1007840621

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