Business Focus: R.I.P to ROT?
Last year a Law Commission consultation paper proposed some of the most radical reforms to security registration and priority law in the last century - yet so far it has gone largely unnoticed. Peter Carney and Richard Clark outline the key proposals and say companies, banks and professionals alike should begin to gear up to the changes
On 2 July 2002, the Law Commission published a Consultation Paper entitled Registration of Security Interests: Company Charges and Property other than Land. It went relatively unnoticed and little has been published about it. You could be forgiven for not knowing that it exists, let alone the date for responses has now expired.
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