Personal Insolvency: Practical Guide (4ed)

Personal Insolvency: Practical Guide (4ed)
Personal Insolvency: Practical Guide (4ed)
Knight, S
9780414022690
01/10/2012
4
£243.00
Hb
Sweet & Maxwell

New chapters deal with such matters as: Cross-border insolvency; New rules in relation to discharge from bankruptcy and Bankruptcy Restriction Orders and Undertakings; Regulatory aspects for insolvency practitioners and solicitors.

Updated to include the latest amendments to the Insolvency Act 1986 and the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2012, the Enterprise Act 2002, the EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings, and the Cross-border Insolvency Regulations and the UNCITRAL Model Law.

Explains the legal framework of personal insolvency, dealing with bankruptcy, individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and other procedures.
Looks at different types of personal insolvency.
Considers the roles of the official receiver and the trustee.
Covers issues relating to insolvent partnerships.
Examines realisation of assets, from business assets and the matrimonial home to exempt assets and pensions.
Deals with creditors’ claims, bankruptcy costs and protection of creditors.
Reviews the position of the bankrupt, including disabilities, offences and discharge.
Takes into account death and the insolvent estate.
Goes through closing procedures, releases from office and costs.
Includes coverage of Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Channel Islands.
Sets out a selection of forms and precedents.
Reproduces key parts of legislation.
Fully updated to reflect amendments by the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2012.
Detailed coverage of the Enterprise Act 2002 and the changes from the new Insolvency Rules as applicable to personal insolvency.
Offers detailed explanation of the legal framework of personal insolvency, dealing with bankruptcy, individual voluntary arrangements and other procedures.
Contains a number of precedents relating to personal insolvency law.
Includes expert commentary across all variations of personal insolvency including realisation of assets, creditors’ claims.
Contains references to the Statements of Insolvency Practice (SIP) precedents and practice directions.

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