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Cross Border Insolvency

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Published: 31-01-2012
Format: Hardback
Edition: 3rd
Extent: 710
ISBN: 9781845921040
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
Dimensions: 248 x 156 mm
RRP : €235.00
 

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Loren Epson

About Cross Border Insolvency

With insolvency issues increasingly extending across national borders, practitioners in this area need specialist guidance on the particular problems which apply in cross-border insolvency. The third edition of this acclaimed book has been extensively revised and updated to provide a practical analysis of the fundamental changes to cross-border insolvency law and practice in England as result of the European Insolvency Regulation, as well as the Cross Border Insolvency Regulations 2006 which implemented the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross- Border Insolvency. With illustrations at the end of each chapter showing how to avoid practical problems, this thoroughly researched text gives an insight into the impact and potential difficulties of the law, enabling the practitioner to anticipate problems before they arise.

Contents:
1 Introduction;
2 The Insolvency Regulation;
3 The UNCITRAL Model Law;
4 Assistance pursuant to section 426 of the Insolvency Act 1986;
5 Jurisdiction for Companies: Winding Up, Administration, CVAs and Schemes of Arrangement;
6 Recognition of Foreign Corporate Insolvency Proceedings at Common Law;
7 Ancillary Winding Up;
8 Jurisdiction for Individuals: Bankruptcy, Debt Relief Orders and IVAs;
9 Recognition of Foreign Bankruptcies at Common Law;
10 Consequences of Recognition at Common Law;
11 Bars to Common Law Recognition;
12 Enforcement of Judgments and Orders made in Foreign Insolvency Proceedings;
13 Discharge of debts by foreign insolvency proceedings;
14 Common law protection for an English insolvency proceeding;
15 Priorities and Set-off.

Table Of Contents

1 Introduction;
2 The Insolvency Regulation;
3 The UNCITRAL Model Law;
4 Assistance pursuant to section 426 of the Insolvency Act 1986;
5 Jurisdiction for Companies: Winding Up, Administration, CVAs and Schemes of Arrangement;
6 Recognition of Foreign Corporate Insolvency Proceedings at Common Law;
7 Ancillary Winding Up;
8 Jurisdiction for Individuals: Bankruptcy, Debt Relief Orders and IVAs;
9 Recognition of Foreign Bankruptcies at Common Law;
10 Consequences of Recognition at Common Law;
11 Bars to Common Law Recognition;
12 Enforcement of Judgments and Orders made in Foreign Insolvency Proceedings;
13 Discharge of debts by foreign insolvency proceedings;
14 Common law protection for an English insolvency proceeding;
15 Priorities and Set-off.

Reviews

“The work has a holistic feel to it and merits the view that it is a work likely to prove an indispensable adjunct to insolvency practice and research…This is a work that should find a place on the shelves of anyone serious about international insolvency, be they judge, practitioner, academic or student in the field.” –  Paul J. Omar, International Company and Commercial Law Review

“All the chapters are the product of expert contributions and analysis…The book serves as a valuable research resource and offers many an insightful analysis of the materials from different perspectives.” –  Look Chan Ho, Journal of International Banking and Financial Law

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