Voidable Transactions in Company Insolvency
|Author(s) :||Assaf, F (Principal Author); Shields, B; Kincaid, H|
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|Published :||March, 2014|
All aspects of the voidable transaction provisions contained in Part 5.7 of the Corporations Act are discussed in meticulous detail while at the same time maintaining a practical outlook. In addition to chapters on various types of voidable transactions, there are individual chapters specially dedicated to practice and procedure in voidable transaction cases, the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and cross-border insolvency aspects of voidable transactions.
Complete with checklists and precedents, Voidable Transactions in Company Insolvency is a must for the busy practitioner practising in insolvency law.
• Scholarly and thorough exposition of subject matter
• A single resource with a practical focus designed for the busy practitioner
• Clear, concise and well written
• Practical emphasis with the inclusion of checklists and precedents
Related LexisNexis Titles
Ford's Principles of Corporations Law, looseleaf and online
Australian Corporations Law - Principles and Practice, looseleaf and online
2.Establishing insolvency and determining the relation-back day
7.Unreasonable director-related transactions
9.Avoiding circulating security interests
10.Recovery proceedings against directors and officers and offences
11.Practice and procedure
12. Cross-border insolvency aspects of voidable transactions
Farid Assaf (Principal Author) is a barrister at Banco Chambers in Sydney specialising in insolvency, bankruptcy and corporations law. He is the author of Statutory Demands and Winding Up in Insolvency also published by Lexis Nexis and in 2013 was listed in the Chambers and Partners Guide as a notable practitioner for Dispute Resolution - The Bar. Click here to view his author profile.
Brett Shield is a barrister practising from 12 Selborne Wentworth Chambers in Sydney specialising in commercial law.
Hilary Kincaid is a Sydney solicitor with a background in construction and corporations law.