Buying and Selling Insolvent Companies and Businesses aims to be a comprehensive guide to its readers, being useful to insolvency practitioners and other professionals involved in insolvency, including lawyers, accountants, company directors and company secretaries. It is also of use to potential investors and their advisers as well as being of interest to students who may wish to specialise in insolvency.
The new third edition has been updated to include: - Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 which brought in a new moratorium procedure and restructuring plan as permanent measures in response to COVID-19 - the impact of Brexit on insolvency laws - the impact of the significant rise in the use of company voluntary arrangements - the new Pensions bill, which will have an impact on advisors to insolvent companies
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Table of Contents
1 What is Corporate Insolvency? 2 Pre-pack Administrations; 3 Purchasing Vehicles and Insolvency Act 1986, s 216; 4 Due Diligence; 5 Raising Funds; 6 Secured Creditors; 7 Goodwill, Intellectual Property Rights and Data Protection Act Issues; 8 Excluded Assets; 9 Employees; 10 Pension Schemes; 11 How to Deal with Existing Customers and Work in Progress; 12 How to Deal with Suppliers; 13 Leasehold Premises