Reflections on the current landscape of personal security law
This article by Dennis Rosenthal was first published in the Butterworths’ Journal of International Banking and Finance Law.
In this article Dennis Rosenthal seeks to demonstrate the proposition that the law relating to personal security in the UK is a legal maze, with seemingly difficult passages and many a cul-de-sac, both for lawyers and laymen, for which the legislator and, in more recent times, the regulator is primarily responsible.
This article forms part of an ongoing series being written by members of the Henderson Chambers Banking Finance and Consumer Credit group for the Butterworth’s Journal of International Banking and Finance Law.
Read the article in full here.