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Tolley's Insolvency Law

Tolley's Insolvency Law Service is the ideal solution for those who want to reduce the time they spend hunting for information.

Publisher: LNUK
Loose-Leaf
£519.99
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780754508168
Publisher: LNUK

Product description

Why should you buy Tolley's Insolvency Law


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.

It provides over 60 alphabetically arranged chapters covering every aspect of law relating to corporate and personal insolvency, from Adjustment of Prior Transactions to Voluntary Arrangements. Each chapter provides a thorough discussion of the law, cites relevant cases and puts the legal issues into context.

Leading insolvency experts provide updates six times a year, under the expert general editorship of Nicholas Briggs, Chief Insolvency and Companies Court Judge. 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 first port of call for any insolvency query.

Updates are invoiced separately

Table of contents

Introduction
Adjustment of prior transactions
Administration of a bankrupt's estate
Administration
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