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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
The Law Relating to Receivers, Managers and Administrators 4th ed isbn 9781845922108

The Law Relating to Receivers, Manager and Administrators 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780406913463
ISBN: 0406913463
New Edition ISBN: 9781845922108
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406105014
Published: September 2000
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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The long-awaited new edition of Picarda's acclaimed text on insolvency law will be a must-have for every insolvency lawyer and practitioner. Hailed as the most thorough work available in the area, it is an intensely practical work and has been cited in court.

The text and appendices have been thoroughly revised to take account of the major case law and rules that have occurred since the publication of the last edition in 1990, including commentary on the litigation under BCCI, Barings and the Maxwell case. Picarda also has a strong international dimension, particularly with reference to judicial decisions in Australia and Asia which often offer illumination on the difficult issues in insolvency and have an influence on the outcome of UK decisions.

Insolvency Law
""Part I: Introduction.
1. The Private Receiver.
2. Fixed and floating.
3. Grounds for appointment.
4. Choice of receiver.
5. Over what property.
6. Mode of appointment.
7. Validity of appointment.
8. Position of privately appointed receiver.
9. Powers.
10. Duties and liabilities.
11. Trading.
12. Rights of employees under contracts of employment.
13. Creditors.
14. Meetings and committees.
15. Effect of winding up.
16. Distribution.
17. Remuneration and indemnity.
18. Termination.
19. Mortgages and statutory charges. Part II: The Court Receiver and Managers.
20. Jurisdiction.
21. Grounds for appointment.
22. Selection and eligibility of receiver.
23. Managers.
24. Over what property.
25. Mode of appointment.
26. Refusal of remedy.
27. Effect of appointment.
28. Rights, powers and duties.
29. Liabilities.
30. Interference with court receivers.
31. Sureties.
32. Remuneration and indemnity.
33. Accounts.
34. Discharge. Part III: Administrators.
35. Application for administrator.
36. Appointment and status.
37. Conduct of administration.
38. Meetings.
39. Voluntary arrangement under the Insolvency Act 1986. Part IV: Conflicts of Laws. Part V: Taxation.
41. Taxation.""