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(p. 723) 26. Forms of title-based financing 

(p. 723) 26. Forms of title-based financing
(p. 723) 26. Forms of title-based financing

Eric Baskind

, Greg Osborne

, and Lee Roach

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date: 18 May 2021

This chapter examines the ways in which goods and things in action can be dealt with to facilitate the financing of business. It begins with a brief survey of the financing mechanisms available to businesses and proceeds to discuss receivables financing, whereby a succession of debts owed to a business can either be sold outright or subjected to a security interest in favour of a financier, focusing specifically on outright sale. The chapter also discusses how the fact that title to an asset can be split between an ‘owner’ and a person with physical possession of it can be used to advantage in providing flexibility and tax advantages in financing the acquisition of capital items for use in a business.

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