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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Corporate Insolvency: Law and Practice 4th ed isbn 9781405743297

Corporate Insolvency: Law and Practice 3rd ed


ISBN13: 9780406969705
New Edition ISBN: 9781405743297
Previous Edition ISBN: 0406081425
Published: October 2007
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Bailey and Groves: Corporate Insolvency - Law and Practice provides comprehensive coverage of the law and practice of corporate insolvency for both legal and accountancy practitioners.

The text combines an explanation of the substantive law with suggested solutions to the problems that are often encountered in practice. With many insolvencies now containing an international element, practitioners will find the comparison between UK/US law particularly useful.

The book includes procedural checklists and an appendix containing forms of proxy and useful precedents. It provides a fully comprehensive reference source for solicitors and accountants specialising in insolvency.

New for this edition: Commentary on the Enterprise Act 2002. New chapters on cross-border insolvency and on corporate insolvency and the Human Rights Act.

Subjects:
Insolvency Law
Contents:
1.Insolvency procedures
2.Insolvency practitioners
3.Company voluntary arrangements
4.Administration orders
5.Administrative receivership
6.Introduction to winding up
7.Winding up by the court
8.The company in compulsory liquidation
9.Voluntary winding up
10.Liquidators
11.Contributories
12.Proof of debts
13.Distribution of assets
14.Adjustment of antecedent transactions
15.Transactions defrauding creditors
16.Directors
17.Offences relating to winding up
18.Practice and procedure in insolvency proceeding
19.Transfer, stay, review and appeals in insolvency proceedings
20.Effect of insolvency on litigation and arbitration
21.Dissolution
22.The effect of corporate insolvency on employees
23.Rights against insolvent company’s insurers
24.Partnership
25.Guarantees
26.Insolvency in the financial markets
27.A comparison of English and US insolvency law
28.Insolvency of companies not registered under the Companies Acts
29.EC Regulation
30.Human Rights