The Insolvency Law Handbook should be the first point of reference for professionals called upon to advise debtors faced with personal or corporate insolvency, or their creditors. It clearly explains the insolvency process - looking at each of the various procedures in turn, highlighting the decisions to be made, the options available and the potential pitfalls. The book is divided into 4 parts: - pre-commencement considerations - decisions to be faced prior to any formal insolvency procedure - the insolvency process - step-by-step guides to all the major insolvency procedures for the practitioner representing either side - post-commencement considerations - the effect of the insolvency procedure on both debtor and creditor - appendices - relevant legislation and forms. Extremely practical in nature, the book includes checklists, flowcharts and examples of insolvency law in action. It also provides up-to-date commentary on the recent fundamental reforms effected by the Enterprise Act 2002 as well as the key decisions of the House of Lords in Leyland Daf and the Court of Appeal in Spectrum Plus Ltd.
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'The Insolvency Law Handbook is a very welcome addition to my insolvency library.' New Law Journal