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Vol 23 No 5 May/June 2018

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Insolvency and Tax

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ISBN13: 9781847037374
To be Published: October 2019
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £145.00

This new book provides a source of information and guidance on the inter-relationship of insolvency and taxation law, helping insolvency lawyers understand the taxation issues they will encounter whilst navigating complex insolvency processes. It discusses the taxation of various procedures involved in insolvency in turn, explaining the taxation issues specific to each one.

The book is divided into four parts, dealing with pre-insolvency matters; each of the insolvency procedures in turn; specific topics that are relevant to all of the procedures; and information on members' voluntary liquidations. It includes a chapter on the insolvency of limited liability partnerships.

  • fully explains the taxation issues involved in the various insolvency procedures
  • covers administration, administrative receivership, receivership, liquidation and CVAs
  • includes coverge of the insolvency of limited liability partnerships
  • contains useful checklists, such as matters to be considered by an administrator following an appointment
  • supplies helpful precedents, such as a letter to be written to HMRC on appointment of joint administrators
  • includes reference to the HMRC manuals

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Insolvency Law
Pre-insolvency matters
Administrative receivership
Law of property act receivers
Fixed charge receivers
Receivers appointed by the court
Liquidation (Insolvent) CVL and Compulsory
Common issues
Recapitalisation and reductions of capital
Liquidation (Solvent) MVL
Limited liability partnerships
Provisional liquidation