Bankruptcy Insolvency and the Law
In the last few years, the whole process of bankruptcy has moved from the original position where a person was bankrupt for a number of years to one year, following changes in the law. This clear and concise guide to the law of bankruptcy and personal insolvency provides clear answers to complex questions. It also contains all the necessary forms required when dealing with probate.
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Bankruptcy and the Law in General
The Framework of Individual Bankruptcy
Petitioning the Individual
The Role of Trustees and Creditors
Individual Voluntary Arrangements
Creditors Voluntary Liquidation
Company voluntary Arrangements
The Administration Process
Glossary of terms
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