Australian Insolvency Law, 4th edition (eBook)

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An essential introduction to the fundamentals of corporate and personal insolvency law

AUD$ 143.00
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409349535

Product description

Australian Insolvency Law provides an accessible and concise explanation and analysis of the important aspects of both personal and corporate insolvency law and practice.

The fully revised fourth edition takes the reader through the technical and procedural aspects of each regime, to provide a clear understanding of fundamental concepts, technical detail and practical issues. International aspects of insolvency law and, in particular, the cross-border insolvency regime, are also included. Key cases, legislation and further reading are clearly set out, and problems are provided to enable readers to test their knowledge of applicable concepts.

Book Review - The Bulletin | October 2019


  • Accessible and easy to read
  • Problem questions and case studies assist development of analytical and problem solving skills
  • Aligned to Australian insolvency units

Related Titles

Symes, Brown & Wellard, Australian Insolvency Law: Cases and Materials, 2016
Gooley & Gooley, Insolvent Trading and Fraudulent Trading in Australia: Regulation and Context, 2016
Gopalan & Guihot, Cross-Border Insolvency Law, 2016


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Table of contents

1. Introduction

Part 1 – Personal Insolvency

2. The Bankruptcy Process and its Consequences

3. The Bankrupt Estate

4. Claims Against the Bankrupt Estate

5. Alternatives to Bankruptcy

6. Other Personal Insolvency Matters

Part 2 – Corporate Insolvency

7. Receivership

8. Voluntary Administration and Deeds of Company Arrangement

9. The Liquidation Process and its Consequences

10. Property Available for Distribution in Liquidations

11. Liquidation Administration, Distribution and Deregistration

12. Australian Cross-Border Insolvency Law