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Commercial Security over Movables in the UAE: A Comparative Analysis in the Light of English Law, French Law and the Shari'a

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Affiliations: 1: School of Oriental and African Studies, London University. Ian Edge, Sabah Mahmoud of Gulf Legal Services, Peter O'Brien of Clifford Chance, Dubai and Luma Saqqaf of Allen & Overy, Dubai were kind enough to comment on a draft and provided valuable information. Ruchdi Maalouf provided very helpful assistance in research. The usual disclaimer applies. Any comments or corrections would be gratefully received. Passages from publications which are divided into numbered paragraphs are cited both by the paragraph number (indicated by the symbol §), and by the page numbers, which immediately follow the paragraph number. References to articles without more are references to articles of the Commercial Code. Translations which are otherwise unacknowledged are the author's.


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