ICSA Insolvency Guide

ICSA Insolvency Guide

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This guide provides up-to-the minute guidance on insolvency law and procedures, to enable directors and company secretaries to address any insolvency situation from outside the company or from within. The step-by-step approach adopted ensures that the insolvency proceedings and the terminology involved are explained in an accessible way for the non-specialist. The text includes the provisions of the Insolvency 2000 Act, which came into force on 1 January 2003. It also includes coverage of the implications of the Enterprise Act 2002 and new developments relating to the implementation of the Bankruptcy and Individual Voluntary Arrangements provisions of the Enterprise Act, which are expected to come into force in the second half of 2004.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 133 x 214mm
  • London, United Kingdom
  • glossary, bibliography
  • 1860721834
  • 9781860721830

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Patrick Hartigan is a former President, council member and Chair of the Investigations Committee of the Insolvency Practitioners Association. He has also been an examiner for the Institute of Credit Management, for whom he has also lectured extensively. He has also served on the council of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals. He is a qualified Certified Accountant, specialising in insolvency and corporate recovery, most recently as Partner with Moore Stephens.show more

Table of contents

1. Introduction 2. Compulsory liquidation 3. Creditors' voluntary liquidation 4. Members' voluntary liquidation 5. Corporate rescue 6. Company voluntary arrangements 7. Administration 8. Receivership 9. Bankruptcy 10. Individual voluntary arrangements 11. Unscrambling 12. The workforce 13. Insolvency practitioners 14. Company directors 15. The company secretary and insolvencyshow more