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Debt Restructuring: An Alternative to Insolvency Proceedings: Jurisdictional Comparisons

Edited by: Ole Borch, Alessandrol Varrenti, Lars Lindencrone Petersen

ISBN13: 9780414028623
New Edition ISBN: 0414061853
Published: December 2014
Publisher: European Lawyer
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £194.00



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Debt Restructuring: Jurisdictional Comparisons is the essential reference guide for financial institutions, legal professionals and investors.

Covering major jurisdictions worldwide it provides a clear overview of the law and regulation governing debt restructuring in each one, and is structured to allow easy comparisons between jurisdictions.

  • Offers a well organised starting point for international reference
  • Covers the law in major jurisdictions around the world
  • Uses a reader-friendly Q&A format that enables quick and easy crossjurisdictional comparisons
  • Includes contributions from leading local practitioners who are experts in the field
  • Addresses the key questions of multinational organisations
  • Explains what restructuring proceedings or schemes aimed at avoiding insolvency liquidation are available in each country
  • Sets out the scope, conditions, procedures and outcomes of the various proceedings/schemes
  • Covers areas such as conditions for admission; can rights of creditors be modified without their consent; provisions for payment of creditors; role of the court or other public authority; main steps for the proceeding; stay of creditors’ enforcement actions; documentation to be filed; joint proceeding; consequences of successful completion
  • Provides straightforward, practical commentary on each jurisdiction and the respective legal systems

Subjects:
Insolvency Law, Company Law, Other Jurisdictions
Contents:
Belgium
Canada
China
Denmark;
Finland
France
Germany;
Hong Kong;
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal;
Romania;
Singapore
Spain
Sweden
Turkey
UK
USA