Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012

Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012


ISBN: 978-1-901614-80-0

Publication date: 15/01/2020

Price: £245.00

Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012

by Mark Dunlop

Publish Date 15.1.20


The Security Interests (Jersey) Law 2012 (the "Law") is a significant reform of Jersey's security law. The Law came fully into full force on 2 January 2014. From this date, all new security over intangible property must comply with the Law. The Law is influenced by the Personal Property Security Acts of Canada and New Zealand. The book comments in detail on the provisions of the Law. The book considers the nature of security interests and considers in detail the key concepts of the attachment and perfection of security interests, the priority of security interests, the enforcement of security interests and the registration of security interests. 


The Author


Mark Dunlop is a Jersey advocate and a partner in the banking and corporate team of Bedell Cristin.

He has extensive experience in international and domestic banking transactions having acted for many leading banks, financial institutions and borrowers on a range of transactions.

Before joining Bedell Cristin, Mark was a partner in the Banking and Projects Group of Theodore Goddard in the City of London and (after its merger) Addleshaw Goddard.

Mark is also:

  • - A lecturer at the Jersey Institute of Law on Security and Bankruptcy Law.
  • - A member of the Jersey Law Society Financial and Commercial Law Sub-Committee.
  • - A Jersey Law Commissioner.