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Personal Insolvency Practice: Litigation, Procedure and Precedents 2nd ed isbn 9780854902330

Personal Insolvency Practice: Litigation, Procedure and Precedents

ISBN13: 9780854900824
New Edition ISBN: 9780854902330
Published: June 2012
Publisher: Wildy, Simmonds and Hill Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

"Any member of the legal profession professing expertise in this area of practice should ensure that Professor-Watson Gandy's excellent guide is present on the bookshelf." Recovery

Personal Insolvency Practice is an ideal starting point for all practitioners, whether solicitors or barristers. Up-to-date and practical, this book provides an easy to follow, ‘how to do it’ guide for all the common court applications in personal insolvency.

Covering areas as diverse as statutory demands, bankruptcy petitions, interim orders, permission to act as a director, setting aside preferences and transactions at an under-value and appeals, and challenging Debt Relief Orders, Personal Insolvency Practice gives the inside track on what the court will expect both in terms of practice and evidence.

It provides the busy practitioner with a range of useful precedents and checklists, and sets out the key statutory and practice material for each application.

Fully incorporating the amendments to the Insolvency Rules 1986, Personal Insolvency Practice will prove an invaluable reference for insolvency practitioners along with its companion text Corporate Insolvency Practice.

Insolvency Law, Wildy, Simmonds and Hill
1. Debtor’s Bankruptcy Petition
2. Statutory Demand
3. Application to Set Aside A Statutory Demand
4. Creditor’s Bankruptcy Petition
5. Responding to a Bankruptcy Petition
6. Responding To A Petition: Application For A Validation Order
7. Application To Annul A Bankruptcy Order
8. Application To Rescind A Bankruptcy Order
9. Application For Permission To Act As A Director Of A Company Notwithstanding Bankruptcy
10. Application For Directions By The Trustee In Bankruptcy
11. Application To Appoint An Interim Receiver
12. Application For Compensation Against A Trustee In Bankruptcy
13. Application For An Order For The Sale Of The Bankrupt’s Matrimonial Home
14. Application For An Interim Order In Support Of An Individual Voluntary Arrangement
15. Application For Leave To Enforce Security Or Seek Possession Despite An Interim Order
16. Application To Challenge Decisions Made By A Meeting For An Individual Voluntary Arrangement
17. Application To Challenge Decisions In Respect Of A Debt Relief Order
18. Application For An Income Payment Order
19. Application For A Private Examination
20. Application For A Declaration That A Transaction Is Invalidated By Virtue Of Section 284 Of The Insolvency Act 1986
21. Application To Set Aside A Transaction At An Undervalue
22. Application To Set Aside A Preference
23. Application To Set Aside A Transaction Defrauding Creditors
24. Appeal Against The Order Of A Registrar
25. Toolkit