Corporate Rescues and Insolvencies
As well as concentrating on the procedures to be adopted in order to effect the rescue of a company in financial difficulties, this new edition has been revised to take account of the Insolvency Act 1986 and the new case law and precedents.
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achieve administration order administrative receiver advantageous realisation agreement apply approved authorise bank bankruptcy BCLC Companies Act 1985 company's assets compulsory winding continue contract contributory court cumulative redeemable preference debenture holder discharge dispose dividend duty employees enacts entitled exercise floating charge going concern Halsbury's Statutes held hive ibid Insolvency Act 1986 insolvency practitioner Insolvency Rules 1986 insolvent liquidation interest liabilities meeting mortgagee nominee notice Official Receiver ordinary shares otherwise paid pay its debts payment person petition powers preferential creditors profit purchaser purpose reasonable prospect redeemable preference shares relevant require rescue resolution retention of title sanction scheme of arrangement secured creditors sell shareholders statement of affairs statutory subsidiary Surplus Premises thinks fit transaction transfer trust unless voluntary arrangement voluntary liquidation voluntary winding vote winding-up order wound wrongful trading