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Law of Banking & Financial Institutions: 2011 Statutory Supplement
by:Richard Scott Carnell
The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions, 2011 Statutory Supplement, builds on the strengths of the authors' casebook, The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions, by providing relevant coverage of the United States Code and selected provisions of banking legislation in an easy-to-use format. Headings of all statutory subdivisions appear in...
The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions, 2011 Statutory Supplement, builds on the strengths of the authors' casebook, The Law of Banking and Financial Institutions, by providing relevant coverage of the United States Code and selected provisions of banking legislation in an easy-to-use format. Headings of all statutory subdivisions appear in boldface and top-of-page headers indicate the Act of Congress to which the provisions on that page belong. Included in the 2011 Statutory Supplement: Sherman and Clayton Acts Securities Act of 1933 Expanded coverage of Securities Act of 1934 Additional provisions from the Investment Company Act of 1940 Investment Advisers Act of 1940 Selected provisions from Title 12 of The Code of Federal Regulations Dodd-Frank Act
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