Written by authors from South Square, consistently ranked in legal directories as the top set for insolvency and restructuring, Corporate Administrations and Rescue Procedures is an authoritative and leading work dealing specifically with corporate administration and CVAs in the context of business recovery and rescue.
Taking a logical, practical approach to the subject area the third edition has been fully revised and updated and includes: - the new Insolvency Rules 2016, due to come into force on 6 April 2017 which aim to modernise insolvency practice and increase the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of insolvency procedures (and repeal and replace the Insolvency Rules 1986) - a new chapter on special administration regimes such as charitable incorporated organisations
Written by leading experts Corporate Administrations and Rescue Procedures is a must have for anyone involved in this complex area of law.
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Table of Contents
1. The appointment of an administrator 2. Effect of administration: the statutory moratorium 3. Procedure following the appointment of an administrator 4. Decisions of creditors, creditors' committees and members 5. Powers, duties, status and liabilities of an administrator 6. Contracts 7. Administration as it affects officers of the company and its employees 8. Statutory rights and remedies available to administrators 9. The administrator's task 10. Sale of assets in an administration and related matters 11. Voluntary arrangements 12. Moratoriums for small companies 13. Schemes of arrangement 14. Protection of interests of creditors and members 15. Payments and distributions 16. Partnerships and limited liability partnerships 17. Termination of administration proceedings and removal and replacement of an administrator 18. Administrations and the financial markets 19. Administrations and special administrations in the financial services sector 20. Public sector special administration regimes 21. Court practice and procedure 22. International aspects Appendix The Insolvency Rules: Tables of destination and derivation