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Butterworths Practical Insolvency

by Ian Williams

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0406905088, Loose Leaf)

Butterworths Practical Insolvency is a one-volume looseleaf which takes a unique approach to insolvency law. This looseleaf format ensures that the latest topics are covered as and when they arise. With extended commentaries on particular specialised topics on both personal and corporate insolvency, the text gives an in-depth and, where possible, original perspective with a practical emphasis.This work approaches the subject from three different standpoints: a series of generic problems spanning the range of insolvency regimes; a series of different perspectives on insolvency law; and a selection of problem areas specific to particular insolvency regimes. Written by two leading chancery chambers, this service gives practical, reliable advice on all the insolvency issues that practitioners are likely to come across in their day-to-day work. Updated twice a year, it will dramatically reduce research time by bringing up-to-date information on specialist insolvency topics together in one handy volume.One looseleaf volume, two service issues (approx.) per year (invoiced separately on publication).

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