• Credit Transaction
  • ₱980.00
  • by:  Atty. Ed Vincent A. Albano III ,
    Myla Khristabelle Albano-Pua ,
    Ed Vincent A. Albano, Jr. (†) and Judge Ed Vincent S. Albano (†)

    • Hardbound (₱980.00)
      Printed Edition
          
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1531-1
    • No. of Pages: 477
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021




    • Description:

      This reference consists of years of research by the authors on relevant jurisprudence that are arranged in sequence according to the life of credit transactions.

      Before a discussion on the contract of loan and its securities is made, the topics of commodatum and deposit are tackled in order to both ensure that the reader will remember it and more importantly, to avoid being made irrelevant (by placing these discussions in the middle of the book where it risks being lost in the abyss of understanding of the reader).

      The pertinent provisions of the Civil Code, the special laws concerning credit transactions (i.e., the Pawnshop Act, the Real Estate Mortgage Law, the Chattel Mortgage Act, and the Personal Property Securities Act) form part of the discussions as well as relevant jurisprudence up to the year 2020.






    • Credit Transaction
    • by:  Atty. Ed Vincent A. Albano III ,
      Myla Khristabelle Albano-Pua ,
      Ed Vincent A. Albano, Jr. (†) and Judge Ed Vincent S. Albano (†)
    • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
    • ISBN: 978-621-02-1531-1
    • No. of Pages: 477
    • Size: 6 x 9
    • Edition: 2021

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    Description:

    This reference consists of years of research by the authors on relevant jurisprudence that are arranged in sequence according to the life of credit transactions.

    Before a discussion on the contract of loan and its securities is made, the topics of commodatum and deposit are tackled in order to both ensure that the reader will remember it and more importantly, to avoid being made irrelevant (by placing these discussions in the middle of the book where it risks being lost in the abyss of understanding of the reader).

    The pertinent provisions of the Civil Code, the special laws concerning credit transactions (i.e., the Pawnshop Act, the Real Estate Mortgage Law, the Chattel Mortgage Act, and the Personal Property Securities Act) form part of the discussions as well as relevant jurisprudence up to the year 2020.