Why should you subscribe to Bankruptcy and Personal Insolvency Reports
This series of law reports ensures that you are kept fully aware of all the case law developments in personal insolvency and other related areas that impact upon the practices of those advising in personal insolvency.
Why should you subscribe to Bankruptcy and Personal Insolvency Reports?
- The series brings together case law from pure insolvency law cases and a wide range of subject areas including civil procedure, commercial, property and family law in so far as they impact on personal insolvency issues in practice
- Ensures you are kept up to date with all the latest case law whether in relation to the conflict between matrimonial proceedings and creditors’ rights (Kremen v Agrest, Arif v Anwar), statutory demands (Webster v Mackay, Jones v FSA, Darbyshire v Turpin), the definition of bankruptcy debts (Nortel), enforcement against the bankrupt’s property (Liggett, Mallon, Graham, Kurd), the remuneration and costs of the trustee in bankruptcy (Secondus v Atkinson, Kaliq), whether to accept an IVA proposal rather than make a bankruptcy order (McNally, Mirpuri), individual voluntary arrangements (Davis v Price, Golstein v Bishop, Smith-Evans v Smailes), annulments (Consolidated Finance Limited v Collins, Oraki, Salliss) the jurisdiction of the court under the EC Regulation (O’Donnell, Flannery, Becker) or the impact of bankruptcy on professionals (Dowland, Moseley)
- Produced six times a year, the reports ensure that you always have access to the recent court decisions
- Each report contains a full headnote and is judicially approved before publication to ensure an accurate record of the case and judgment
- Available in print as well as LexisLibrary.
Table of contents
 BPIR 269-460 Issue 2
- Bakhshiyeva v (1) Sberbank of Russia (2) Franklin Global Trust – Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund (3) Franklin Emerging Market Debt Opportunities Fund Plc (4) Franklin Templeton Frontier Emerging Markets Debt Fund (5) Franklin Templeton Emerging Market Debt Opportunities (Master) Fund, Ltd (6) Franklin Templeton Series Ii Funds (7) Franklin Emerging Market Debt Institutional Fund EWCA Civ 2802  BPIR 269, CA
- Birdi v (1) Price (2) Pettit EWHC 2943 (Ch)  BPIR 306, ChD
- Deansgate 123 LLP v (1) Workman (2) Workman; Forester (As Executrix of the Estate of Susan Margaret Workman) v (1) Workman (2) Workman (Conjoined Appeals) EWHC 2 (Ch)  BPIR 341, ChD
- Horsley v The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs UKFTT 13 (TC)  BPIR 359, FTT
- Leon v (1) Her Majesty’s Attorney General (2) The Mayor and Burgesses of the City of Westminster (3) Kensington Mortgage Company Ltd EWHC 3026 (Ch)  BPIR 367, ChD
- Lonsdale (Electrical) Ltd v Bresco Electrical Services Ltd (In Liquidation); Primus Build Ltd v Cannon Corporate Ltd (Conjoined Appeals) EWCA Civ 27  BPIR 377, CA
- (1) Orton (2) Wright (As Administrators of Towcester Racecourse Company Ltd (the) (In Administration) and Others v Towcester Racecourse Company Ltd (the) (In Administration) EWHC 2902 (Ch)  BPIR 411, ChD
- Pearse v Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs EWHC 3422 (Ch)  BPIR 418, ChD
- Sleight (As Trustee of the Estate of Jillian Paula Mascall Deceased) v The Crown Estate Commissioners EWHC 3489 (Ch)  BPIR 430, ChD
- Re VE Interactive Limited (In Administration); (1) VE Vegas Investors Iv Llc (2) Domax Investments Ltd (3) Simpson (4) Woodlands Ventures Ltd v (1) Shinners (2) O’connell (3) Hardman (4) Ford (VE Interactive Ltd’s Joint Administrators) EWHC 186 (Ch)  BPIR 438, ChD
- Wave Lending Ltd v Parmar EWHC 681 (Ch)  BPIR 451, ChD