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posted in Banking Law
Date 03-01-2011
A number of foreign purchasers mainly from the UK, who invested in the real estate market through housing loans, become unable to repay their loan instalments mainly due to the global economic crisis and the drop...
posted in Banking Law
Date 29-10-2010
The public applies daily to banking or credit institutions in order to secure a loan to cover housing, business, investment and other needs by signing various documents without caring to study them or securing advice...
posted in Banking Law
Date 09-09-2010
Purchasers, mainly from the UK, who invested in the property sector after securing housing loans, may now find themselves having trouble repaying their loan instalments. Most of them did not have the financial...
posted in Banking Law
Date 24-02-2010
A bank guarantee is not ordinary, similar to the guarantees given to one person by another guaranteeing the debtor’s obligations; it is the irrevocable guarantee of the bank to pay the beneficiary according to...
posted in Banking Law
Date 23-02-2010
ANY term in a loan agreement providing for the pension of the debtor to be used as security for the repayment of the debt is illegal and not valid, being contrary to the provisions of the Pensions Law and therefore, it is not applicable...
posted in Banking Law
Date 23-02-2010
THE relation between a bank and its client is of such nature that it gives the right to the bank to set-off the client’s debit and credit balances irrespective of the type of his accounts


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