The exercise of control is often key in distinguishing a fixed from floating charge

In light of this statement, critically assess the judiciary’s approach to charges over book debts.

use, at least, these sources:
• L. Gullifer, Goode on Legal Problems of Credit and Security, (5th ed., Sweet and Maxwell, 2009)
• A. Hudson, Hudson The Law of Finance, (2nd ed., Sweet and Maxwell, 2013)
• E.P. Ellinger, Ellinger’s Modern Law of Banking, (5th ed., OUP, 2010)

• R.J. Mokal, ‘The Floating Charge-An Elegy’
• S. Atherton and R.J. Mokal, ‘Charges over Chattels’

Case Law
• Re Spectrum Plus Ltd [2005] UKHL 41- (Look on Westlaw)
• Re New Bullas Trading Ltd [1994] 1 BCLC 485– (Look on Westlaw)
• Seibe Gorman and Co Ltd v Barclay Bank Ltd (1979) 2 Lloyd’s Rep. 142– (Look on Lexis)
• Re Brightlife Ltd [1987] Ch 200 – (Look on Westlaw)
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It is extremely necessary to judiciary approach is referred to those 4 cases (see above)