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Bailey and Groves: Corporate Insolvency - Law and Practice Fifth edition

Bailey and Groves: Corporate Insolvency - Law and Practice is a leading commentary on the substantive law of corporate insolvency and offers practical guidance on the various procedures arising in this important field.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781474306829
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Bailey and Groves: Corporate Insolvency - Law and Practice is a leading commentary on the substantive law of corporate insolvency and offers practical guidance on the various procedures arising in this important field.

Written by recognised experts in the field, it is a user-friendly text covering all aspects of corporate insolvency in one volume and is accessible to both legal and accountancy practitioners.

The new edition includes:

* Updated content to incorporate the new Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016, implemented in April 2017
* New relevant provisions of legislation since the last edition including the Small Business Enterprise Act 2015 and Deregulation Act 2015
* Coverage of amendments to the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986 by the Deregulation Act 2015 and the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015

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Table of contents

PART A. INSOLVENCY PROCEEDINGS
Chapter 1 Insolvency courts and procedures
Chapter 2 Practice and procedure in insolvency proceedings
Chapter 3 Transfer and stay in insolvency proceedings
Chapter 4 Reviews and appeals in insolvency proceedings
Chapter 5 Effect of insolvency on litigation and arbitration

PART B. INSOLVENCY PRACTITIONERS AND OFFICIALS
Chapter 6 Insolvency practitioners
Chapter 7 Liability of office-holders
Chapter 8 Official Receiver and the Secretary of State

PART C. INSOLVENCY PROCEDURES
Chapter 9 Company voluntary arrangements
Chapter 10 Administration
Chapter 11 Administrative receivership
Chapter 12 Introduction to winding up
Chapter 13 Voluntary winding up
Chapter 14 Winding up by the court

PART D. EFFECTS OF WINDING UP
Chapter 15 The liquidator
Chapter 16 Decision-making by creditors and contributories
Chapter 17 Directors
Chapter 18 Criminal offences arising in corporate insolvency
Chapter 19 Dissolution
Chapter 20 Human rights and the insolvent company

PART E. INVESTIGATION AND PROTECTION OF THE COMPANY'S ASSETS
Chapter 21 Investigation procedures
Chapter 22 Protection of company's property
Chapter 23 Adjustment of antecedent transactions
Chapter 24 Transactions defrauding creditors
Chapter 25 Contribution by contributories

PART F. THE COMPANY'S CREDITORS AND EMPLOYEES
Chapter 26 Proof of debts - liquidation and administration
Chapter 27 The impact of insolvency on guarantees
Chapter 28 Distribution of assets - liquidation and administration
Chapter 29 The effect of employer's insolvency on employees
Chapter 30 Rights against insolvent company's insurers

PART G. PARTICULAR INSOLVENCY PROCEDURES
Chapter 31 Insolvency in the financial markets
Chapter 32 Insolvency of companies not registered under the Companies Acts

PART H. PARTNERSHIP INSOLVENCY
Chapter 33 Partnership

PART I. INTERNATIONAL INSOLVENCY
Chapter 34 The EU Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings
Chapter 35 Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006
Chapter 36 A comparison of English and US insolvency law