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McPhersons Law of Company Liquidation
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McPhersons Law of Company Liquidation

by Professor Andrew R Keay
Edition: 20 Oct 2009
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Pages: pages
Date Added: 0000-00-00
Search Category: Lawbooks
Jurisdiction: International

Overview:

Providing you with the last word on winding up, McPhersons Law of Company Liquidation:

  • Covers the different modes of winding-up
  • Goes through the legal considerations to be taken into account in relation to creditors petitions and miscellaneous other petitions
  • Explains provisional liquidation
  • Shows you how the administrative organs work
  • Analyses the role and duties of the liquidator
  • Considers contributories and the assets available for division and distribution
  • Analyses the role of creditors and the division of assets amongst them
  • Deals with the distribution of surplus assets in solvent liquidations
  • Provides you with guidance on investigations and examinations
  • Covers misconduct and prosecutions
  • CONTENTS
  • Modes of winding up
  • Creditor’s petition for a winding-up order
  • Contributory’s petition
  • Miscellaneous other petitions
  • Provisional liquidation
  • Commencement and effect of winding up
  • Administrative organs of winding up
  • Functions of the liquidator
  • Contributories
  • Assets available for division and distribution
  • Creditors
  • Division of assets among creditors
  • Distribution of surplus assets
  • Investigations and examinations
  • Misconduct and prosecutions
  • The conclusion of winding-up proceedings
  • International aspects of liquidation
  • CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATIONProfessor Andrew Keay is Professor of Corporate and Commercial Law Law at the University of Leeds and has written widely on the subject of both insolvency law and company law.

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