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Totty, Moss & Segal: Insolvency

Totty, Moss & Segal: Insolvency
Number of volumes: 4
Practice Area:  Insolvency
ISBN:  9780851211428
Subscription Information: 3 releases a year, Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Looseleaf
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As the definitive work on corporate insolvency, providing all the necessary explanation and analysis in this area, Insolvency:
  • Provides extensive coverage, including everything from basic introductory material to detailed advice on specific aspects of insolvency
  • Packages source material to show how the cold print of insolvency law and subsequent rules operate in daily practice
  • Offers workable solutions to everyday problems
  • Includes commentary on such complex areas as the disqualification of directors, wrongful trading, voluntary arrangements, appointment of administrators, and antecedent transactions
  • Discusses the Government Insolvency Service with special contributions from the Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
  • Contains all the important source material - statutes, statutory instruments, guidance notes, forms, practical instructions, tables of destinations, derivations and special definitions
  • Reflects the continual flow of changes and developments affecting insolvency law and practice through an efficient updating service

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  • Background and definitions of insolvency
  • Regulation of insolvency practice
  • Disqualification and liability of directors
Schemes and administrators
  • Voluntary arrangements (companies)
  • Administration orders receiverships
  • Receiverships
  • Liquidation procedures
  • Conduct of a liquidation
  • Creditors
  • Environmental law and liability
  • Preferential debts
  • Statutory powers of investigations
  • Antecedent transactions
  • Associates and connected persons
  • The construction industry
  • Disclaimer
  • Utilities
  • International recognition
  • Set-off
  • Taxation
  • Contracts and transfers of property
  • Retention of title
  • The effect of insolvency on contracts of employment
  • Insurance companies
  • The insolvency service
  • Registration of charges
  • Workouts
  • Insolvency partnerships
  • Limited liability partnerships
  • Statutes
  • Statutory instruments
  • Forms
  • Guidance notes
  • Practice directions


General Editor
Professor Pete Walton


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