Insolvency Practice and the Human Rights Act 1998: A Special Bulletin

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Jordan, 2000 - Political Science - 210 pages
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This Special Bulletin will equip all insolvency practitioners with a clear understanding of how the Human Rights Act affects insolvency law and practice. It combines a clear explanation of the principles underlying the Act with practical analysis of the areas open to challenge such as:
the effect on insolvency meetings
whether IP's investigatory powers are open to attack
the impact on Directors' Disqualification proceedings
Written by Conor Gearty, an expert in human rights law and Barrister at Matrix Chambers, and Stephen Davies QC of Guildhall Chambers, an expert in insolvency law, it includes the full text of the Human Rights Act and a digest of relevant cases. The Bulletin will be essential reading for all insolvency professionals.
a must for all those with a serious interest in insolvency law and practice
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