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date: 25 September 2021

p. 61912. Borrowing, Debentures and Chargeslocked

p. 61912. Borrowing, Debentures and Chargeslocked

  • Sarah WorthingtonSarah WorthingtonDowning Professor of the Laws of England, University of Cambridge

Abstract

This chapter focuses on corporate debt, first considering several special features of corporate borrowing. It then discusses: debentures; secured debt (mortgages, fixed and floating charges); debenture holders’ remedies and the protection afforded by charges; the requirement to register charges; fixed and floating charges; the creation and effect of floating charges; distinguishing between fixed and floating charges; and the use of alternative security devices (‘quasi-security’) such as retention of title agreements.

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