Bank Lending: Prudence and Regulation

JR Wadsley

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An article written to argue that an important reason for the large number of claims involving undue influence by bank customers and sureties is related to careless lending by banks. It is suggested that the possibiity of claiming against banks for negligent lending (which is unlikely at present) would help to control these claims and would provide a fairer reflection of the rights and duties between the parties.
Translated title of the contributionBank Lending: Prudence and Regulation
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)341
JournalLloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Publisher: Informa UK London


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