Listen to Mike Griffiths discuss the law and procedures that govern Company Voluntary Arrangements
.Company Voluntary Arrangements and Administrations
provides the vital information that all insolvency practitioners need to make informed decisions on the effective procedure for the use of CVAs and administrations. The book provides a detailed explanation of the advantages and disadvantages of CVAs and administrations, the prescribed procedure and the likely problem areas to select the best course of action. In addition, the section on administrations has been extended.
This new edition reflects changes in legislation, particularly the detailed procedures set out in The Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2010, together with new case-law including:
- Re Kayley Vending Ltd
- Re Eurodis Texim Electronics SA
- Charalambous v B & C Associates
- Bank of Scotland plc v Targetfollow Properties Holdings Ltd
- Minmar (929) Ltd v Khalatschi
- Re Capitol Films Ltd
Only 3 years have passed since the last edition of this book, but both the courts and Parliament have been active (or perhaps a better word is ‘hyperactive’). The Insolvency Practice Direction 2012 together with numerous decisions of the courts have now been incorporated into the text. Sadly the speed with which the detail of the law changes means that the gaps between editions get increasingly shorter.
We must extend our thanks to our publishers, Jordan Publishing Ltd, and especially to Mary Kenny and Cheryl Prophett who have seen the text through production with their usual easy professionalism and understanding. The views expressed in the text, for which we take joint responsibility, are personal to us and should not be attributed to any firm or organisation with which we are associated. Any errors, of course, are our own.
Finally we both wish to express our gratitude to our wives for their encouragement and fortitude in bearing with husbands who aspire to be writers in what should be part of their family’s spare time.
Geoffrey M Weisgard,
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