Mortgage Receivership Law and Practice
This book seeks to answer crucial questions unanswered by the recent cases: what is the source and extent of the receivers’ agency? Can receivers, for example, take possession against the mortgagor? When can the receiver be in a better position, as regards third parties, than the borrower is? This new book is a detailed and authoritative text on all aspects of mortgage receivership, surveying current case law and proposing analyses of the nature of receivership to answer some of the questions on which there is no direct authority.
Mortgage Receivership also provides practical advice about what receivers should do in particular situations and how litigation involving receivers should be conducted. It is essential reading for lawyers advising receivers, or who are involved in litigation for or against receivers, and for receivers themselves.
Written by Stephanie Tozer and Cecily Crampin the book will be published in September 2018.
Further information about the book can be found here
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