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Bankruptcy Law and Practice (Hardback)
  • Bankruptcy Law and Practice (Hardback)

Bankruptcy Law and Practice (Hardback)

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Hardback 791 Pages / Published: 31/12/2010
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Nominated in the "Law Book of the Year" category at the Irish Law Awards 2012. I would recommend this book to every practising accountant and solicitor Tom Moore, Accountancy Ireland October 1991 p.31 (of the 1st edition).The second edition brings this work up to date. In particular, the EC Insolvency Regulation 2000 will be examined in an extensive chapter which promises to be the most comprehensive review yet, in Ireland on this subject and will make this publication an absolute must have not only for lawyers in the personal insolvency field, but also for those in the corporate insolvency area.In addition, the EU Commission Paper of 2007 on Bankruptcy and the September 2009 Law Reform Commission Consultation Paper on Personal Debt Management and Debt Enforcement are examined in considerable detail in the context of future reform of the existing legislation. Numerous practical precedents are also provided.NEW TO SECOND EDITION* The EC Insolvency Regulation 2000 is examined in an extensive chapter.* The EU Commission Paper of 2007 on Bankruptcy.* The Law Reform Commission s September 2009 Consultation Paper on Personal Debt Management and the May 2010 Interim Report on Personal Debt.* Numerous practical precedents are also provided.* The proposed reforms of the 1988 Act under the Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2010.* The effects of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act 2009, particularly in relation to secured creditors and pre-bankruptcy dispositions.ContentsDefinition of Bankruptcy; The Procedure leading to Adjudication; Consequences of Adjudication; The Official Assignee, the Trustee in Bankruptcy and the Creditors Assignee; Discovery, Disclosure and Seizure; Property Vesting in the Official Assignee; Election and Disclaimer; Pre-bankruptcy Dispositions; The Family Home; The EU Insolvency Regulation 2000; Partnership; Secured Creditors; Proof of Debts and Distribution of Assets; Composition with Creditors; Discharge and Annulment; Alternatives to Bankruptcy; Insolvent Deceaseds and the Effect of Death in Bankruptcy; Bankruptcy and Conveyancing; Miscellaneous Matters; Law ReformBill Holohan is the Senior Partner of Holohan Solicitors, Cork and Dublin.Mark Sanfey is a Senior Counsel

Publisher: Round Hall Ltd
ISBN: 9781858005744
Number of pages: 791
Edition: 2nd edition

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