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Insolvency Law (Longman Practice Notes)

by Steven A. Frieze

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0851210805, Paperback)

"Insolvency Law" takes the newly-qualified and non-specialist solicitor through all forms of insolvency, corporate and personal, from both the debtor's and the creditor's points-of-view. This new edition discusses how the Insolvency Act 1986 has worked in practice and incorporates the considerable body of case law which has grown up around the Act. Because of the increased popularity in the use of Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA's), this section of the book has been expanded to provide even more information and guidance. Practitioners should use this title as a starting-point for this particular area of law and "Insolvency Law" should show them what their next step should be in a case.

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