Property Insolvency

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Jordans, 2009 - Law - 356 pages
With the current economic climate, UK property professionals have been affected by the escalating number of bankruptcies and voluntary arrangements. Between 1998 and 2006, the number of Individual Voluntary Agreements per annum increased by 900% and bankruptcies by 320%. Practitioners working in these areas will need to ensure that they are informed of all the relevant issues surrounding these UK cases. Property and Insolvency provides a comprehensive knowledge of the law relating to property and insolvency, as well as related areas such as UK bankruptcy and trustee sales. This text will ensure that practitioners can be confident of having the relevant knowledge and clear guidance on the practice and procedure on how to deal with these difficult subjects. The areas examined include landlord insolvency, tenancy insolvency, rights under mortgages and other charges, property assets and personal insolvency, property taxation and insolvency, licensed premises and the leisure industry, and precedents.

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Table of Statutes
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Table of Statutory Instruments
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