Corporate Administrations and Rescue Procedures

Corporate Administrations and Rescue Procedures

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Described by Lord Justice Millett as 'a book which no serious practitioner specialising in the subject can afford to be without', this important work deals specifically with corporate administration and CVAs in the context of business recovery and rescue. It takes a logical, practical approach to the subject area and includes an introductory chapter placing administration in the context of the current rescue culture. The work covers changes to the law in accordance with the following four Acts - the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000, the Insolvency Act 2000 and the Enterprise Act 2002.show more

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  • Hardback | 851 pages
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0406937575
  • 9780406937575

Table of contents

Contents: The application for the Administration Order and its effect. The statutory moratorium. Procedure following the making of an Administration Order. Creditors Committees and Meetings. Powers, duties, status and liabilities of an Administrator. Third parties: contracts, retention of title, leases and set-off. Administration and its effect on officers and employees of the company. Statutory rights and remedies available to Administrators. The Administrator's task. Sale of administration assets. Voluntary arrangements. Protection of interests of creditors and members. Payments and distributions. Discharge and variation of office by an Administrator. Administrations and the financial markets. Taxation. Court practice and procedure. International aspects. New chapters include: introductory chapter explaining the place of administration in the current rescue culture; a chapter dealing with the new moratorium procedure introduced by the Insolvency Act; a chapter dealing with the position of insolvent partneshow more