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Bank and Customer Law in Canada

Bank and Customer Law in Canada

2nd edition

By M H Ogilvie

CONTENTS

Bank and Customer Law in Canada is a concise introduction to the laws governing banking in Canada and the relationship between banks and their customers. The book includes a detailed discussion of the corporate governance structure for banks and the types of activities in which banks are permitted to engage in Canada. Foreign banks, bank subsidiaries, and bank holding companies are also covered. On the common law side, the focus is on bank account operation, including paper and electronic payment orders.

The book also provides discussion and analysis of electronic banking and the challenges posed by non-bank third party payment providers to traditional banking and banks. It also includes directions to other relevant sources, including websites, so that readers can keep up-to-date on the rapid changes in electronic banking. In addition to updating caselaw and legislative developments, the second edition includes new material dealing with freezing accounts, prefunded cards, and recurring payment systems, as well as the growth of mobile payment systems and other electronic forms of payment.

 


CONTENTS

Banks and Banking Defined

The Domestic and International Framework of Canadian Banking Law

The Regulation of Banks and Banking in Canada

Banks as Business Corporations

Banking Business

Bank and Customer Relationships

Bank Accounts

Bank Account Operation

Electronic Funds Transfer Systems

Electronic Payments

Credit Cards and Other Payment Mechanisms

Safekeeping

Bank and Customer Dispute Resolution

   

Published 31 January 2013
Publisher Irwin Law (Canada)
Paperback/528pp
ISBN 9781552213131
Australian RRP $79.95
International Price $75.00
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