Unrivalled coverage of personal insolvency law
Muir Hunter on Personal Insolvency is the definitive reference work on personal insolvency. Containing the full text of relevant legislation and insolvency rules and reporting on all relevant judgments, it provides the specific analysis you need.
With three releases a year to keep you fully up to date with the latest developments in personal insolvency law, it includes:
- Detailed analysis of all areas of bankruptcy, claims by creditors, and emerging areas such as the ‘breathing space’ moratoriums
- Explains the procedure surrounding all aspects of the bankruptcy application including adjudication, interim orders, decisions touching third parties, and appeals
- Expert interpretation of legislation and case law
- Archive copies of the 1986 Act and Rules
A complete picture of the law as it stands
Muir Hunter on Personal Insolvency offers a fully comprehensive analysis of this complex area of insolvency law. Frequently cited in court and with a publishing history that stretches back to 1870, Muir Hunter provides coverage of all aspects of personal insolvency law, from IVAs and DROs to insolvent partnerships and the administration of estates plus the remuneration of office holders.
Key changes this year include a full rewrite to cover the Debt Respite Scheme and cross-border insolvencies as well as updates on practice and procedure around filing.