Taking security over cash deposits

A note on taking security and quasi-security over a cash deposit in a bank account.

This note also contains links to a multi-jurisdictional guide to finance (which discusses issues relating to taking security in other jurisdictions) and to a detailed note on the creation and perfection of security interests in deposit accounts in the US.


 

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