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Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems)
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Counterparty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
o which an exposure to financial risk might exist. The word became widely used in the 1980s, particularly at the time of the Basel I in 1988. Sometimes it is used instead of unincorporation. The legal entity notion is using as counterparty. <span>Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems) there are many legal precedents that shape the common law. Financial services sector[edit] Within the financial services sector, the term market counterparty is used to refer to gove




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Well-drafted [...] attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems)
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contracts usually

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Counterparty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
o which an exposure to financial risk might exist. The word became widely used in the 1980s, particularly at the time of the Basel I in 1988. Sometimes it is used instead of unincorporation. The legal entity notion is using as counterparty. <span>Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems) there are many legal precedents that shape the common law. Financial services sector[edit] Within the financial services sector, the term market counterparty is used to refer to gove







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Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every [...], though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems)
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Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems)

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Counterparty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
o which an exposure to financial risk might exist. The word became widely used in the 1980s, particularly at the time of the Basel I in 1988. Sometimes it is used instead of unincorporation. The legal entity notion is using as counterparty. <span>Well-drafted contracts usually attempt to spell out in explicit detail what each counterparty's rights and obligations are in every conceivable circumstance, though there are of course limits. There are general provisions for how counterparties are treated under the law, and (at least in common law legal systems) there are many legal precedents that shape the common law. Financial services sector[edit] Within the financial services sector, the term market counterparty is used to refer to gove