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Schaw Miller and Bailey: Personal Insolvency - Law and Practice Fifth edition

Schaw Miller and Bailey: Personal Insolvency - Law and Practice offers a full treatment of the law and procedure of bankruptcy and personal insolvency.
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ISBN/ISSN: 9781405750806

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Schaw Miller and Bailey: Personal Insolvency - Law and Practice offers a full treatment of the law and procedure of bankruptcy and personal insolvency. This popular title offers authoritative and practical guidance on everything lawyers or insolvency practitioners practising in the field are likely to need in their day-to-day work.

The much-anticipated fifth edition takes full account of legislative changes, including the new Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 implemented in April 2017, as well as developments in case law.

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Table of contents

Individual insolvency regimes, bankruptcy courts and officials; 
Insolvency practitioners;
Practice and procedure in insolvency proceedings;
The EC Insolvency Regulation;
The Cross-Border Insolvency Regulations 2006;

Part 2:
Voluntary arrangements and compositions outside bankruptcy;
Individual voluntary arrangements; Deeds of arrangement;

Part 3:
Bankruptcy;
Bankruptcy petitions;
Bankruptcy orders;
Effect of bankruptcy on the bankrupt's capacity;
Bankruptcy restrictions orders;
Discharge from bankruptcy;
Trustee in bankruptcy;
The bankrupt's estate;
The bankrupt's home;
Protection of the bankrupt's estate;
Investigation of the bankrupt's affairs;
Administration of the estate;
Effect of bankruptcy on litigation and arbitration;
Adjustment of prior transactions; Transactions defrauding creditors;
Proof of debts; Distribution of bankrupt's estate;
Bankruptcy offences;

Part 4:
Administration orders and other debt management arrangements;
Administration orders;
New debt management arrangements