A pledge of shares has effectively pledged the shares (as opposed to the collateral of a title account on which these shares are credited, as explained above with respect to the pledging of securities accounts) and, therefore, the new additional shares are not automatically included in the amount of collateral. It may also cover cash receipts related to underpaid shares, but only if this is expressly stipulated in the deposit agreement. In addition to registering such a pledge with the administrator of the competent commercial court, as stated below, further perfection procedures may be required depending on the type of company whose shares are mortgaged. For example, a guarantee through the actions of a civil society must be declared by the judicial officer (served by bailiff) to the company whose shares are pledged. It is not recommended to have a security pledge or seizure of shares under New York or England law, as there are practical and legal difficulties in the perfection and implementation of these security interests. Since the reform of the French civil code came into force on 1 October 2016, the transfer of transfer is no longer necessary to notify the French borrower (s) to French borrowers (s) to French borrowers (signifzination by bailiff) (or, alternatively, the signing of such a transfer contract by the French/French borrowers). A simple communication of the French borrower by other means is now sufficient (or the signing of the transfer contract by the French (s) in a form that must no longer be certified notarized). Such communication (or signing of the transfer contract by the French borrower) is also required in the case of transfer of the loan by transfer of contract (contract assignment) or by transfer of debt (sale of debt). 7.3 Considering that a company is in late payment under a loan or guarantee contract and has no legal defence against payment, How long would it take for a foreign lender (a) to assume that the answer to question 7.1 is yes, bring an action against the company in a court of your jurisdiction, obtain a judgment and enforce the judgment against the company`s assets, and b) assuming that the answer to question 7.2 is yes, enforce a foreign judgment in a court of your jurisdiction against the company`s property? Registration rights to intellectual property rights are not expensive, unless the collateral covers a significant number of intellectual property rights and the expedited registration procedure is retained, unlike the normal registration procedure (the normal registration procedure can take between three and five months, while the expedited registration procedure can take up to a week). The cost of registration under the ordinary procedure is EUR 27 per intellectual property fee, for a maximum of EUR 270, and the cost of registration under an expedited procedure amounts to an additional EUR 52 per intellectual property right, with no ceiling.
Contrary to an inventory commitment, which is subject to the provisions of the French civil code, the collateral by the inventory subject to the provisions of the French code of commerce can only be granted by a borrower (and not by a third-party guarantor or insurance provider) and only for the benefit of French-approved credit institutions, by French finance companies or by foreign financing bodies operating in France under Directive 2000/12/CE.