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Law of Assignment by Marcus Smith
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Law of Assignment

by Marcus Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0199284369, Hardcover)

This new book is devoted to the law of assignment and looks at the transfer of a species of property known as choses in action (e.g. a debt, share or a patent). Historically, tangible personal property - particularly, land - has been regarded as economically the most significant, and assignment has not received the analytical and practical treatment that it merits. However, assignment of intangible property is a gowth area of practice and this book fills an important gap in the market for specialist treatment of this difficult area.

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