Insolvency Handbook 1999-2000

Insolvency Handbook 1999-2000

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Written by the insolvency team at Moon Beever Solicitors, this handbook is a point of reference on all insolvency matters. Chapters are organised into an A to Z format and this handbook deals with the major aspects of both personal and corporate insolvency including: administration; bankruptcy; company and individual voluntary arrangements; liquidation; insurance; distributions; employees; meetings; wrongful trading and malpractice; partnerships; and winding up. Published annually, this handbook is a user-friendly guide to insolvency practice and proceedures in England and more

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  • Paperback
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754502104
  • 9780754502104

Table of contents

Insolvency generally: accounts and returns (SHO, adjustment and avoidance of prior transactions); conditional fee agreements (NO); creditors' committees (JL); creditors' meetings (JL); cross-border insolvency (NH); disclaimer (DM), distraint (JL); employees (JL); engagement letters (SH); environmental law and insolvency (NH); insolvency - meaning of (FC); Insolvency Bill (Act) 2000 (SH); Insolvency practitioners (SH); insurance for practitioners - bonding and open cover (SH); investigative powers of insolvency office-holders (NO); offical reciever (NO); preferential debts (JL); professional guidence (SH); property aspects of insolvency - landlord and tenant (DM);regulatory framework - licensing, monitoring, investigation, discipline (SH); remuneration of office holders (SH); rentention of title (PAS); security and secured creditor (DM); set-off (PAS); statutory demands (FC); taxation (SH). Corporate insolvency: administrations (JV); company voluntary arrangements (FC); corporate rescues and the rescue culture (FC); directors' duties and insolvency (NO); disqualification of directors (FC); liquidation - types of and commencement (FC); liquidation - administration of the liquidation, proving of debts and distribution of assets (NO); partnerships (TBA); pensions - employers insolvency (NO); provisional liquidations (NO); recievers - appointed by the court (DM), recievers - appointed out of court (DM); registration of charges (NH); sales of assets and buisnesses by insolvency office-holders (SH/DM); schemes of arrangement (FC). Personalinsolvency: bankruptcy - commencement (FC); bankruptcy - administration of the bankruptcy, proving debts and distribution of assets (JV); bankruptcy - offences (JV); bankruptcy - discharge (FC); individual voluntary arrangements (JV); matrimonial home (JV); partnerships (TBA); pensions - rights of the bankrupt and the trustee-in-bankruptcy (JV); trustee-in-bankruptcy (SH).show more