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Statutory priorities in corporate insolvency law

Christopher F. Symes

Statutory priorities in corporate insolvency law

an analysis of preferred creditor status

by Christopher F. Symes

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Published by Ashgate in Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bankruptcy -- Australia.,
  • Corporation law -- Australia.,
  • Debtor and creditor -- Australia.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Christopher F. Symes.
    SeriesMarkets and the law
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKU964 .S964 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16990490M
    ISBN 109780754675198
    LC Control Number2008030026
    OCLC/WorldCa235024368

    Hong Kong insolvency law regulates the position of companies which are in financial distress and are unable to pay or provide for all of their debts or other obligations, and matters ancillary to and arising from financial distress. The law in this area is now primarily governed by the Companies (Winding Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) Ordinance (Cap 32) and the Companies (Winding Up) Rules. that such statutory redistribution between claimants in corporate insolvency is generally undesirable. Floating charges are created by voluntary transactions between lenders and borrowers. If the legislature subjects particular types of voluntary transaction to statutory ‘taxation’ (as through the prospect of redistribution in insolvency).

    7 e Employment Rights Act also protects employees’ statutory rights when transferred from one company to another within a group, treating it as a continuous period of employment. Additionally, many of the situations where lifting the veil’ is at issue involve corporate insolvency, the Insolvency Act has some key veilFile Size: KB. Restructuring and insolvency in Australia: overviewby Scott Taylor and Garry J Hamilton, Taylor David Lawyers Related Content Law stated as at 01 Jul • AustraliaA Q&A guide to restructuring and insolvency law in Q&A gives a high level overview of the most common forms of security granted over immovable and movable property; creditors' and shareholders' ranking on a company.

    8. Background of Corporate Insolvency Law. Corporate insolvency law was passed for the first time in with the ‘British parliament enacting the Joint Stock Companies Act, The Act aimed at incorporation of a company as a distinct legal entity with unlimited liability of members. Professor Helen Anderson holds an LLB (Hons) from the University of Melbourne, as well as a Grad Dip Bus (Acc), LLM and PhD from Monash University. She worked in private practice and then for the Legal Aid Commission before becoming an academic in Her teaching has mainly been in the areas of Business Law and Company Law, although she has also taught Taxation Law and Finance Law.


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'Overall, Statutory Priorities in Corporate Insolvency Law: An Analysis of Preferred Creditor Status is a useful and instructive book for those interested in insolvency law. It provides easy to understand information for those new to the area, as well as some depth for the more experienced.' Helen Anderson, University of Melbourne, Australia.

'Overall, Statutory Priorities in Corporate Insolvency Law: An Analysis of Preferred Creditor Status is a useful and instructive book for those interested in insolvency law.

It provides easy to understand information for those new to the area, as well as some depth for the more experienced.'Cited by: 1. This book examines preferential debts derived from specific legislative provisions applying to corporate insolvency. In exploring the concept of preferential treatment, Statutory Priorities in Corporate Insolvency Law includes chapters that provide a doctrinal, theoretical and historical analysis of who enjoys preferred creditor by: 1.

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The rule book – whether corporate law priorities apply. A recent and important conflict in Australian law has been over the “rule book”. Section Corporations Act. provides a. prima facie.

rule of proportional abatement. It is immediately qualified by statutory priorities in section An important priority isFile Size: KB. Hong Kong has not enacted the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-border Insolvency and there are no statutory provisions in Hong Kong covering the recognition, or even assistance, of insolvency procedures commenced in other jurisdictions.

Because of this, the area. Statutory Priorities in Corporate Insolvency Law: An Analysis of Preferred Creditor Status 1st Edition. Christopher F. Symes Septem Who enjoys statutory preferred creditor status. What justifications exist for jurisdictions to maintain statutes that favour 'priority' creditors over other creditors and contributories.

United Kingdom insolvency law regulates companies in the United Kingdom which are unable to repay their debts. While UK bankruptcy law concerns the rules for natural persons, the term insolvency is generally used for companies formed under the Companies Act "Insolvency" means being unable to pay debts.

Since the Cork Report ofthe modern policy of UK insolvency law has been to. Australia: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency ICLG - Corporate Recovery & Insolvency Laws and Regulations - Australia covers covers common issues in corporate recovery and insolvency - including issues that arise when a company is in financial difficulties, insolvency procedures, cross-border issues - in 30 jurisdictions.

Corporate rescue – the new orientation of insolvency law INTRODUCTION In the modern legal regime for corporate insolvency there are two basic routes which can be followed in dealing with a company that is failing: liquidation and corporate rescue.

Both provide a collective way of settling the fate of the company when the claimants cannot. As Finch () states in her description of the legal economics view of corporate insolvency, 'Keeping firms in operation is thus not seen as an independent goal of insolvency law'.

20 From a Author: Vanessa Finch. International insolvency is a newly-established branch of the study of insolvency that owes much to the phenomenon of cross-border incorporations and the conduct of business in more than one jurisdiction.

It is largely the offspring of globalization and involves looking at both law and economic rules. Statutory Priorities in Corporate Brand: Taylor And Francis. My PhD explored the history and justification of statutory priorities in corporate insolvency law. I have supervised a number of higher degree students many of whom have researched in insolvency law.

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Editor: PROFESSOR IAN F. FLETCHER, University College London, UK "Highly recommended as an important contribution to the available literature on modern corporate insolvency law" Andrew Campbell, British Book News Providing a review of the very latest developments in the.

Mechanisms of Corporate Insolvency The primary legislation governing the law of corporate insolvency is contained in the Companies Acts, to (the “Companies Acts”) and, in the case of receivership, the Conveyancing and Law of Property Act The principal mechanisms for dealing with insolvent companies are as follows:.

corporate insolvency law to the English and Australian approaches can be found in Sections and of the Companies Act (CA)which regulate the distribution of available funds to secured.Authored by leading experts from across the country, the third edition of Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law: Cases, Text, and Materials provides detailed and cutting edge commentary on all aspects of Canadian bankruptcy and insolvency law.

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