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Criteria | Structured Finance | Legal: Guide To Legal Issues In Rating Australian Securitization Mar 05
Standard & Poors, March 2005
Standard & Poor's Ratings Services is pleased to present this guide to legal issues in rating Australian securitization. This guide describes the key legal issues in rating securitization in Australia and explains Standard & Poor's approach to those issues. Although this guide aims to provide comprehensive coverage of a topic as dynamic as securitization, changes in markets and transaction structures will, over time, make aspects of this publication obsolete. Standard & Poor's will regularly update its criteria and commentary on market developments. Changes to Standard & Poor's criteria will be published online at www.standardandpoors.com. This guide is a tool for market participants, not an academic treatise. For that reason, it does not purport to identify and address every legal issue...
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