Tolley's Insolvency Law

Tolley's Insolvency Law

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Tolley's Insolvency Law Service is the ideal solution for those who want to reduce the time they spend hunting for information. Whether the client is an individual or a company, a creditor or debtor, Tolley's Insolvency Law is an invaluable companion, saving you time and effort. Leading insolvency experts provide updates six times a year. A practical approach avoids technical jargon in favour of a straightforward explanation of the facts. Users value the first class commentary, guidance and advice on the many methods and solutions relating to personal and corporate insolvency, and rely on Tolley's Insolvency Law as the very first port of call for any insolvency query. A newsletter is provided 12 times a year with this service. This includes topical articles, legislative changes and case updates. Six service updates per year. A practical hands-on approach - ideal for today's busy practitioner. Updates are invoiced separately.show more

Product details

  • Loose-leaf | 2000 pages
  • 155 x 246 x 50mm | 4,300g
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754508161
  • 9780754508168

Table of contents

Introduction; Adjustment of prior transactions; Administration of a bankrupt's estate; Administrations; Agricultural insolvency; Airline insolvency; Bankrupt's spouse; Bankruptcy and litigation; Bankruptcy offences; Bankruptcy restrictions orders; Banks and building societies; Construction and engineering insolvencies; Corporate rescue; Court powers and procedures - corporate and personal; Creditors' and members' meetings; Criminal bankruptcy; Cross-border insolvencies; Death and disabilities of the bankrupt; Debtors' bankruptcy petitions; Deeds of arrangement; Discharge from bankruptcy; Disqualification of directors; Distribution of assets; Employees; Environmental law; European insolvency issues; Financial services institutions and markets; Fraud and misfeasance; Funding of insolvency litigation; Human rights; Insolvency practitioners; Insurance insolvency; Investigation and examination powers; Joint ventures; Landlord and tenant; Liquidations; The Official Receiver; Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships; Pensions; Professional negligence; Public interest winding up; Receiverships; Registration of charges; Retention of title; Schemes of arrangement; Second bankruptcy; Set-off; Shipping insolvency; Small bankruptcy; Statutory demands and creditors' petitions; Taxation of insolvent companies; Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 1930; Travel insolvency; The trustee in bankruptcy; Trusts; Voluntary arrangements.show more