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Pfandbriefgesetz (German, Electronic book text, 2nd 2. Neu Bearb. U. Erw. Aufl. ed.)
Pfandbriefgesetz (German, Electronic book text, 2nd 2. Neu Bearb. U. Erw. Aufl. ed.): Rainer Smola
Pfandbriefgesetz (German, Electronic book text, 2nd 2. Neu Bearb. U. Erw. Aufl. ed.): Rainer Smola

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Pfandbriefgesetz (German, Electronic book text, 2nd 2. Neu Bearb. U. Erw. Aufl. ed.)

Rainer Smola

Series: de Gruyter Kommentar

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As the only specialized commentary on this area of law, this expanded new edition provides extensive guidance for handling all aspects of the Pfandbrief Act. It covers all practice-relevant problems and appropriate solutions. The appendix contains full texts of the Net Present Value Statutory Order, the Mortgage Lending Value Statutory Order the Cover Register Statutory Order, and the Refinancing Register ( 22 a-22 o of the German Banking Act)."

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Imprint: Walter De Gruyter Inc
Country of origin: United States
Series: de Gruyter Kommentar
Release date: June 2014
Authors: Rainer Smola
Format: Electronic book text
Pages: 498
Edition: 2nd 2. Neu Bearb. U. Erw. Aufl. ed.
ISBN-13: 978-3-11-029166-7
Barcode: 9783110291667
Languages: German
Categories: Promotions
Books > Law > Laws of other jurisdictions & general law > Financial, taxation, commercial, industrial law > Financial law > Banking law
LSN: 3-11-029166-5

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