The National Asset Management Agency Act 2009
Annotations and Commentary
The National Asset Management Agency Act 2009: Annotations and Commentary
Hugh B. Byrne and Louis McEntagart
This timely new book will take you through each section of The National Asset Management Agency Act 2009, explaining fully how it applies to you. Benefit from the clear introductions to each part of the Act, detailed and accessible definitions, section by section commentary and references to Dail Debates where relevant.
The National Asset Management Agency Act 2009 – what it means to you
This is one of the most significant pieces of legislation enacted in the history of the State. The primary purpose of NAMA is to address the serious threat to the economy and the need to stabilize and maintain the financial system in the State, while facilitating the restructuring of credit institutions which is essential to the economy.
Legal practitioners, solicitors, barristers, architects and engineers will all benefit from the essential information provided which has both national and international relevance.
- Provides detailed definitions of both legal and financial terminology
- Legal practitioners can cross reference financial terms with academic financial texts
- Section by section commentary provides instant access to determine impact of the legislation
- Definitions, commentary and cross-referencing of each section directs the reader to the relevant sections of the legislation
ISBN: 978 1 84766 504 1
Publication Date: Jun-10
Availability: In print
List price: €95 / £80
Price in conjuntion with Pembroke Legal Chambers NAMA Breakfast Series: €71 (-20%)