Lending Transactions & Securities
Rights and liabilities arising from lending transactions and securities occur in a wide possible array of circumstances. In addition to questions between the parties to particular transactions or proposed transactions, questions can arise relating to priorities and the rights of third parties, particularly in the case of insolvency; so too can negligence claims against professionals such as lawyers and surveyors if enforcing lenders experience shortfalls.
Our barristers regularly act for and advise lenders, borrowers, and other affected parties on;
- enforcement of securities
- legal and equitable mortgages
- possession actions
- void or voidable securities
- undue influence
- priorities and marshalling
- equitable remedies including redemption, and
- accounts or enquiries
In the wider context the multi-disciplinary aspect of Chambers means that we can provide individual practitioners or teams to offer complete advice and representation in relation to all aspects of such lending transactions and securities, whether to lenders or borrowers or third parties affected by attempts to enforce or avoid such transactions, including guarantors, victims of fraud or undue influence, to professionals facing negligence actions, and in the context of individual and corporate insolvency.