Mann on the Legal Aspect of Money

ISBN-10: 0199609179
ISBN-13: 9780199609178
Authors: Charles Proctor
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Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Oxford University Press Number of pages: 1040 Dimensions: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 2.50" tall Weight: 3.938 lbs. Language: English

Table of contents

The Concept of Money and Monetary Systems
The Concept of Money
The Organisation of the Monetary System
The Private Law of Monetary Obligations
The Character of Monetary Obligations
Monetary Obligations and the Conflict of Laws
The Interpretation of Monetary Obligations - Initial Uncertainty
The Interpretation of Monetary Obligations - Subsequent Uncertainty
The Performance of Monetary Obligations
Legal Proceedings and their Effect upon Monetary Obligations
The Principle of Nominalism
Monetary Obligations, Liquidated Sums, and the Principle of Nominalism
Monetary Obligations - Unliquidated Amounts
Excluding the Effects of Nominalism
Nominalism, Legislation, and Public Policy
Nominalism, Private International Law, and the Lex Monetae Principle
Exchange Controls, Exchange Rates, and Sanctions
Exchange Control - The UK Model
Exchange Control under the International Monetary Fund Agreement
The Private International Law of Exchange Control
Sanctions and Monetary Obligations
Exchange Rates
Public International Law of Money
Monetary Sovereignity
The Protection of Foreign Currency Systems
The Protection of Foreign Monetary Institutions
International Rules of Monetary Conduct
The Monetary Law of Interstate Obligations
Monetary Unions and other Forms of Monetary Organisation
The Nature and History of Monetary Unions
Historical Background to EMU
EMU and the Treaty on European Union
The Institutional Framework of Monetary Union
The Single Currency and its Treaty Framework
The Euro Regulations
Monetary Union and Monetary Obligations
The Euro and Monetary Sovereignity
Withdrawal from the Eurozone
Other Forms of Monetary Organisation