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Insolvency Legislation: Annotations and Commentary

by Louis Doyle

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 178473196X, Paperback)

Insolvency Legislation: Annotations and Commentary provides practical guidance on the key primary and secondary insolvency legislation. In addition to the complete texts of the key statutory provisions, each is annotated with detailed analysis and commentary, providing readers with everything they need within a single portable volume. The book provides a practical discussion of relevant insolvency provisions and case-law, updated by a team of established barristers in their field, and two leading academics. It has been written specifically for assisting with the identification of the key legal principles facilitating practical problem-solving. The detailed commentary includes general observations and analysis concerning terminology, specific wording, practical issues and procedure. What's new in this edition: · The Court of Appeal decision dealing with where there is an arbitration clause in a contract relating to a disputed debt which is relied on as the basis for a winding-up petition · Consideration of whether tax assessments can form the basis of a petition or are a disputed Debt · Fully amended and updated legislation including prospective amendments · Fully updated commentary from the team of barristers · Latest case-law for both domestic and international cases

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