Insolvency law: corporate and personal
Insolvency Law provides a clear, readable and comprehensive account of the principles of insolvency law in England and Wales in relation to both corporate and personal debtors. This concise text contains detailed academic analysis and covers areas of debate and controversy. The subject of insolvency is set in its social, economic and historical context with brief extracts from judgements and statutes provided. It covers the subject in appropriate depth and breadth to make it suitable for single-module teaching of the subject.
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ACLC action administrative receiver administrative receivership application Bank bankrupt bankruptcy order BCLC BPIR Chapter claim commencement Companies Act 1985 Company Liquidation compulsory liquidation compulsory winding contract contributories Court of Appeal debenture holder debtor directors discharge disclaimer discussion duty effect employees enforce Enterprise Act 2002 entitled examination floating charge funds individual voluntary arrangement Insolvency Act insolvency practitioner insolvent company interest interim order Keay Law of Company liability London Ltd in liq McPherson's Law meeting moratorium mortgage nominee notice offence office-holder official receiver owed paid payment person petition preferential creditors prior priority procedure proceedings proposal provisional liquidator provisions Pty Ltd purpose realise reasonable receivership referred regime relation relevant remuneration rule Sched Bl Schedule statutory supervisor Sweet & Maxwell trading transaction trustee in bankruptcy unsecured creditors voluntary arrangement voluntary liquidation voluntary winding winding-up order wrongful trading