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Doyle, Keay and Curl: Annotated Insolvency Legislation 2024 12th ed

ISBN13: 9781784735166
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781784735043
Published: April 2024
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £345.00

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Doyle, Keay and Curl: Annotated Insolvency Legislation, Twelfth Edition provides fully curated practical guidance on the key primary and secondary insolvency legislation. In addition to the complete texts of the key statutory provisions, each is annotated with detailed analysis and commentary, providing practitioners and academics with everything they need within a single portable volume.

Combining the experience and knowledge of an established practitioner team and two leading academics, the book provides a practical discussion of relevant insolvency provisions and case law.

What’s New:

The 12th edition of this well-established work brings together all the relevant statutory material as well as the SIPs and essential practice directions in a single manageable volume. Updates to the commentary for 2024 include the following key cases and developments:

  • Comprehensive update of commentary on Part 26A restructuring plans, including each of the dozen or more cases decided during 2023
  • Updates on several decisions under s.423 on transactions defrauding creditors, most notably Invest Bank PSC v El-Husseini [2023] EWCA Civ 555, Integral Petroleum S.A. v Petrogat FZW [2023] EWHC 44 (Comm) and Dormco SICA Ltd (In Liquidation) v SBL Carston Limited [2023] EWHC 20 (Ch)
  • Key new Supreme Court authority, including the wide-ranging judgment on standing to bring an application to challenge an office-holder’s conduct in Brake v Chedington Court Estate Ltd [2023] UKSC 29; and whether or not an administrator is an “officer” of the company in administration in R (on the application of Palmer) v Northern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court [2023] UKSC 38

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