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Lightman & Moss: Law of Receivers and Administrators of Companies 5th ed with 3rd Supplement (eBook)

ISBN13: 9780414038233
Published: December 2014
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ProView)
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Helping you to deal with all corporate insolvency matters, and extensively accepted as an authority on the law relating to administrators and receivers.

The new 5th edition:

  • The 3rd Supplement was published in December 2014
  • The 2nd Supplement was published in December 2013
  • The 1st Supplement was published in December 2012
  • The Main Work was published in December 2011
  • Explains clearly the principal legislation and case law shaping receivership and administration practices
  • Highlights recent developments in corporate insolvency
  • Authoritative and practical guide to the law relating to administration and receivership of companies
  • Guidance to help clarify areas of uncertainty
  • Explains the procedure for appointment of receivers and administrators
  • Deals with the continuation of trading, disposals, and reorganisation, liquidation and receivership
  • Considers the issues relating to taxation, leases, set-off and liens, pensions and employees
  • Addresses the removal, resignation, termination and discharge of directors
  • Examines the case law generated under the new insolvency rules
  • Detailed coverage of Cross-Border issues
The new 2nd supplement covers:-
  • New system of registration of company floating charges under the Companies Act 2006 (amendment of part 25) regulations 2013
  • Supreme Court decisions in BNY Corporate Trustees Ltd v Eurosail, and the Nortel decision

Insolvency Law, eBooks
The Company in Financial Trouble
Fixed and Floating charges
Appointment of Administrators
Appointment of Receivers Out of Court
Administrators and the Statutory Stay
Taking control
Continuation of Trading
Conveyances and Transfers
Duties and liabilities of administrators
Duties and liabilities of receivers and their appointors
Receivers and unsecured creditors
Receivers and winding-up
Retention of Title
Construction contracts
Environmental law
Distribution and vacation of office by administrators
Distribution and vacation of office by receivers
Court appointed receivership
Conflict of laws
EC Regulation on insolvency proceedings
The UNCITRAL model law.