Australian Insolvency Law: Cases and Materials
This practical text combines leading insolvency law decisions, legislation, guidelines and commentary to promote understanding of complex concepts and encourage analysis of key principles.
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Australian Insolvency Law: Cases and Materials by David Brown, Christopher Symes and Mark Wellard provides a concise yet comprehensive introduction to the key cases and materials of insolvency law in Australia. With a clear structure making the book easy to navigate, the explanatory approach helps students to develop the analytical and problem-solving skills necessary for successful insolvency practice. Each extract includes a summary of the most important elements: courts, facts, issue and decision. This overview is followed by the case extract itself and commentary.
- Clear structure which makes the book easy to navigate
- Explanatory approach and accessible style
Symes & Duns, Australian Insolvency Law, 3rd ed, 2015
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Australian Corporations Legislation Student Edition, 2015
Table of contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 The bankruptcy process and its consequences
Chapter 3 The bankrupt estate
Chapter 4 Claims against the bankrupt estate
Chapter 5 Alternatives to bankruptcy
Chapter 6 Other personal insolvency matters
Chapter 7 Receivership
Chapter 8 Voluntary administration
Chapter 9 Deeds of company arrangement
Chapter 10 Liquidation
Chapter 11 Further liquidation matters and deregistration
Chapter 12 Insolvent trading and directors
Chapter 13 Australian cross-border insolvency law