Registration Requirements after Removal of Property and Choice of Law
AbstractThis article examines briefly the approach courts have taken in awarding priorities under pre-Act (pre-Ontario Personal Property Security Act) law in removal cases and explores the manner in which similar problems will be dealt with under the Ontario Personal Property Security Act. The provisions of the Ontario Act are also examined incidentally for their meaning and internal consistency as well as for their potential impact on the pre-Act law of Ontario and indirectly on the laws of other Canadian jurisdictions. The proposed Uniform Personal Property Security Act recommends only one substantial amendment to the relevant provisions of the Ontario Act and this is commented upon briefly.
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