Bankruptcy in Australia: A Guidebook

Bankruptcy in Australia: A Guidebook

By Paul McQuade, Patrick Hay


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Date: 04/10/2001

Code: 41167091

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The Guidebook is a concise and practical commentary-style service. The chapters follow the natural order of a bankruptcy proceeding, guiding users through all the necessary steps with analysis and detailed discussion. This product includes:

· Checklists, handy hints, practice tips, suggested solutions to common problems.
· Lists of Registrars and trustees, contact names/addresses for AFSA.
· Extensive commentary on creditors remedies and debtors alternatives.
· Part X Administrations covered in detail.
· At the beginning of each chapter is a listing of the relevant sections, regulations and applicable forms.
· Court hearing – what evidence needed, problems to look out for.
· Public Examinations – a complex area explained.
· Problems the user may come across including appeals and referrals.
· Practice Directions for each court dealing with bankruptcy.
· Forms required.
· References to specific sections in the legislation, and reported and unreported decisions to assist in preparing your case.

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