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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Company Law in Hong Kong: Insolvency 2016 isbn 9789626617441

Company Law in Hong Kong: Insolvency 2016

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Edited by: The Hon. Madam Justice Kwan

ISBN13: 9789626617090
New Edition ISBN: 9789626617441
Previous Edition ISBN: 9789626614716
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Hong Kong
Country of Publication: Hong Kong
Format: Paperback
Price: Price on Application

The Company Law in Hong Kong – Insolvency 2015 focuses on all matters relating to the surviving sections of Cap 32 dealing with Insolvency Law in Hong Kong. This publication provides a re-examination of the corporate insolvency law and practice in conjunction with the surviving and amended aspects of the re-titled Cap 32 Companies (Winding-Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance.

This title is comprehensive and up-to-date covering all new developments and aspects of the new Companies Ordinance since its inception in March 2014.

Highlights of the Company Law in Hong Kong – Insolvency 2015:

  • Updated with all transitional aspects and new legal content regarding the re-titled Cap 32 Companies (Winding-Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance including the five revised aspects of the winding-up process: (a) the commencement of winding-up (b) the appointment, powers, vacation of office and release of provisional liquidators (c) the conduct of winding-up (d) voidable transactions (e) the investigation during winding-up, offences antecedent to or in the course of winding-up and powers of the court
  • Provides updates to the transitional laws and legal precedence that have been reviewed and heard by the Courts since the new companies law came into effect in March 2014
  • Focuses on all matters relating to Insolvency Law in Hong Kong and examines corporate insolvency law at every angle

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Chapter 1: Directors
Chapter 2: Role and status of liquidators
Chapter 3: Provisional liquidation
Chapter 4: Winding-up by the court
Chapter 5: Members’ voluntary winding-up
Chapter 6: Investigations, assets, claims and realisations
Chapter 7: Creditors in a winding-up
Chapter 8: Schemes of arrangement
Chapter 9: Setting aside of preferences and trading issues
Chapter 10: Liquidation costs
Chapter 11: Receivership
Chapter 12: Cross-border issues
Chapter 13: Corporate rescue in Hong Kong
Chapter 14: Insolvency in the PRC