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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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Company Rescue and Liquidation 3rd ed

ISBN13: 9780414028692
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780421923201
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £175.00

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Company Liquidations is a practical, user friendly guide structured around the procedures involved in liquidating a company. It provides a cradle to grave approach to winding-up, dealing with Receivership, CVA and Administration, and gives step-by-step guidance on implementation of the options available at each stage.

This new 2nd edition includes complete analysis of the provisions of the Companies Act 2006 now they are fully in force, and incorporates wide-ranging recent case law and insolvency legislation.

  • Provides a thorough introduction to the working requirements of everyday liquidations
  • Covers both voluntary and compulsory winding-up
  • Takes practitioners step-by-step through procedures, showing what to do at each stage and highlighting potential pitfalls
  • Explains the various corporate reporting requirements
  • Covers the role and responsibilities of company directors
  • Makes clear the many tax issues in liquidation
  • Examines the public components of the liquidation system, including the insolvency practitioner profession, the regulatory bodies, and investigations
  • Considers the growing role for “company doctors” alongside insolvency practitioners
  • Provides a large bank of case studies, going through the judicial commentary and interpreting it for practical use
  • Includes annotated precedent materials
  • Aids further research by cross-referencing the text to Sealy & Milman: Annotated Guide to the Insolvency Legislation

Insolvency Law
Winding up: In General.
Voluntary Winding up: To the First Creditors’ Meeting.
Compulsory Winding up: To the Appointment of the Liquidator.
The Conduct of the Liquidation.
The Liquidator: Appointment and Remuneration.
The Liquidator: Functions.
The Effects of Winding up.
Contributories and Creditors.
Avoiding Antecedent Transactions.
Proceedings Against the Directors.
Insolvency Practitioners.
Tax in a Liquidation.