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Sweet & Maxwell's insolvency library.
Previous edition: 2009. "Table of cases": pages xxi-xcv. "Table of statutes": pages xcvii-cxxviii.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
The Nature and Incidence of Insolvency The Evolution of the Administrative Machinery of Insolvency Law The Law in Outline Voluntary Procedures and Alternatives to Bankruptcy Who can be made Bankrupt The Bankruptcy Petition or Application The Bankruptcy Order and its Consequences: General and Procedural Aspects The Bankruptcy Order and its Consequences: Proprietary Effects Proof of Debts Distribution of Assets Termination of Bankruptcy Deceased Insolvents;Debt relief orders; Appeals in Bankruptcy Cases Bankruptcy and the Criminal Law Receivers Company Voluntary Arrangements in England and Wales Company Administration Winding Up Law in Outline When can a Creditors's Voluntary Winding Up Take Place? Creditors's Voluntary Winding-Up When can a compulsory Winding-Up take place? The Winding-Up Petition The Winding Up Order and its Consequences Proof of debts Collection and Distribution of Assets The Conclusion of the Winding-Up: Dissolution and After The Effects of Winding-Up on Creditors and Third Parties Liability of Directors and Others Introduction: General Problems, and Issues of Principle Bankruptcies with an International Element: The English Law and Practice Liquidations with an International Element International Regulation of Cross-Border Insolvency (I): National and European Legislative provisions International Regulation of Cross-Border Insolvency (II): Global initiatives Appendix Index.
KD2149 .F53 2017
London : Sweet & Maxwell/Thomson Reuters, 2017.