This text provides an in-depth treatment of the practical and procedural elements of administrative receivership including a discussion of the powers, duties and liabilities of the receiver. Significant developments in this area since the Insolvancy Act of 1986 and case studies are included. It aims to deal with the practical problems that practitioners face on a day-to-day basis and should prove useful not only to the administrative receiver but also to the appointed debenture holder (the bank). This text is intended for insolvency lawyers, banking lawyers and courts with bankruptcy jurisdiction.
|Publisher:||Sweet & Maxwell, Ltd.|
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Table of ContentsThe statutory framework and background
the debenture holder's security
the appointment of the administrative receiver
the powers, duties and liabilities of the administrative receiver
procedure, court practice and the conduct of the administrative receivership
the relationship of administrative receivership and administration with liquidation. Appendices: precedents.