Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly


Beconwood v. ANZ

A. Securities lending and borrowing

The monetization of choses in action has led in part to financial documentation to effect their alienation which, though often standardized, has confused laypersons and even lawyers alike in the attempt to utilize terminology more closely associated with money.1 It is perhaps understandable in such situations that judges look at the agreement in the context of the market it operates when interpreting the agreement, even if the starting point is the documentation itself.

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