Author: Malcolm Cope
Publisher: Federation Press
Category: Debtor and creditor
Professor Cope, author of Australia's leading work on constructive trusts, turns his attention to a major problem area for practitioners working in fields of bankruptcy and insolvency - the nature of equitable proprietary claims, the range of such remedies and the rules and presumptions developed for tracing. The first half of his new book is devoted to analysis of these issues, highlighting the effect of claims and the prerequisites for their successful establishment, particularly as regards pre-existing interests and a fiduciary relationship. The second half of the book is devoted to tracing and tracing problems at both common law and equity, particularly the equitable rules and presumptions developed to identify the subject matter of a remedy and to identify value in unmixed and mixed property.
Perspectives and Principles
Author: Vanessa Finch,David Milman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This new edition of Corporate Insolvency Law builds on the unique and influential analytical framework established in previous editions - which outlines the values to be served by insolvency law and the need for it to further corporate as well as broader social ends. Examining insolvency law in the fast-evolving commercial world, the third edition covers the host of new laws, policies and practices that have emerged in response to the fresh corporate and financial environments of the post-2008 crisis era. This third edition includes a new chapter on the growing issue of cross border insolvency and deals with a host of recent developments, notably; the consolidation of the rescue culture in the UK, the rise of the pre-packaged administration, and the substantial replacement of administrative receivership with administration. Suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, professionals and academics, Corporate Insolvency Law offers an organised basis for rising to the challenges of an ever-shifting area of the law.
Author: Philip R. Wood
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Category: Bank loans
This title covers the essentials of international insolvency with a very practical slant, providing the reader with a comparative overview of insolvency law and practice in the key jurisdictions of the world. The intention is to illustrate how the concepts and analyses raised throughout The Law and Practice of International Finance series may be applied in a real world setting.
A Study in the Judicial Redistribution of Property Rights
Author: Craig Rotherham
Publisher: Hart Publishing
This volume examines redistributive processes such as tracing, subrogation and proprietary estoppel and the use of the constructive trust in the context of contracts to assign property, and the breakdown of intimate relationships.
Author: Francis D. Rose
Publisher: Informa Law
The application of restitution and insolvency law has increased in recent years. Theses two areas of law were discussed at the annual conference of the restitution section of the Society of Public Teachers of Law in Leeds in September 1999. The revised papers are joined here by a variety of papers from other sources and explore a range of topical subjects of common interest to restitution and insolvency from theotrical, comparative and practical perspectives.
Author: Richard Calnan
"This topical title explains the circumstances in which a creditor of an insolvent debtor can take priority over other creditors by claiming a proprietary interest in assets held by the debtor. It focuses on the situation where the proprietary interests are created by operation of law or implied from the arrangements between the parties, rather than by express transfer or taking of security. The book clarifies the current state of the law in an important area of insolvency law (especially in times of economic crisis) where the law is not settled, taking into account the latest developments in case law, and suggesting how it might be simplified by going back to first principles, such as the way proprietary interests are transferred at common law and in equity. The book concerns both insolvency law and property law, being essentially concerned with the limits of the law of property, marking out its boundary with the law of obligations. It is of particular importance in common law systems because of the nature of equitable proprietary interests, and includes reference to Commonwealth authorities where relevant, including Australia, New Zealand and Canada. This work provides a structured and principled analysis of the topical and important area of creditors' proprietary rights in the event of insolvency of a debtor"--Provided by publisher.
Author: Grant W. Newton,Robert Liquerman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
The thousands of mergers, acquisitions, and start-ups that have characterized the past years of business have created an increasing number of corporations in financial trouble: specifically, a shortage of venture capital or quick cash. Consequently, bankruptcy protection is now viewed as a strategic move to protect corporations from their creditors and allow them to reorganize. Fully revised and updated with new case studies and the latest coverage of regulations, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Taxation, Fourth Edition provides the answers to the questions financial managers will have on the tax aspects of bankruptcy strategy.
Author: Peter Birks,Francis D. Rose
Publisher: Informa Law
The first part of this volume collates papers from the Second Mansfield Symposium, which examined the areas of equity, trusts and restitution. The second part addresses the emerging field of equitable compensation and its implications.
Author: Sarah Worthington
Publisher: Oxford University Press
One of the most pressing problems now facing commercial lawyers is to explain the principles which determine when a remedy is proprietary and when it is not. This book provides a broad overview of the subject. It examines representative business transactions which commonly give rise to legal or equitable interests in personal property. Its aim is to distil the fundamental principles understanding the relevant legal analyses. The result is to provide a more theoretically rigorous analytical framework for proprietary interests in personal property. The practical advantages of this are potentially twofold: new commercial transactions can be more effectively structured; in addtion, disputes between contracting parties can be more reliably resolved. Two features of the analysis are significant. The first is the elastic nature of proprietary interests in personal property. Although proprietary interests can be broadly classified as ownership or security interests, these are relativeconcepts which may be affected significantly by impinging contractual arrangements. The second feature is the necessary and intimate integration of law and equity. Equitable proprietary interests are remarkabldy prevalent; this prevalence is directly related to the apparent ease with which equity is able to convert particular personal obligations into proprietary interests.
Author: Duncan Sheehan
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The law of personal property covers a very wide spectrum of scenarios and has had little detailed scrutiny of its overarching structure over the years. This is a shame. It is a system and can best be understood as a system. Indeed without understanding it as a system, it becomes much more difficult to understand. This new textbook is intended to provide a comprehensive and yet detailed coverage of the law of personal property in England and Wales. It includes transfer of legal title to chattels, the nemo dat rule, negotiable instruments and assignment of choses in action. It also looks at defective transfers of property and the resulting proprietary claims, including those contingent on tracing, the tort of conversion, bailment and security interests. By bringing together areas often scattered throughout company law, commercial law, trusts and tort textbooks, it enables readers to see common themes and issues and to make otherwise impossible generalisations across different contexts about the nature of the concepts English law applies. Throughout the book, concepts are explained rigorously, with reference to how they are used in commercial practice and everyday life. The book will be of use to students on undergraduate commercial law courses, or related LLM courses, as well as those on integrated property law courses, and particularly specialised personal property modules. It will also be useful to academics and practitioners working in the area.
Author: Festus Emiri
Publisher: African Books Collective
The Law of Restitution in Nigeria covers the historical development of restitution in law, its scope, and contemporary issues related to it. Some of the issues covered are: Ignorance; Incapacity; Exploitation; Enrichment at the plaintiffs expense; Restitution for wrongs and general principles, torts, breach of contract, equitable wrongdoing, criminal offenses; Defenses relating to changing circumstances; Illegality; and limitation of actions in restitution.
Law, Procedure & Remedies
Author: James Sheedy,Stephen Baker
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
This text is the first comprehensive guide to litigating trust disputes in Jersey, bringing together analysis of substantive Jersey law, civil procedure and the remedies available to parties appearing in trust litigation before the Royal Court of Jersey. The book is an indispensable tool for trust professionals and legal practitioners with clients that have an exposure to a trust structure in Jersey, whether through a trustee, a beneficiary or a protector, enforcer or other power holder. This book is also of importance to matrimonial, criminal or insolvency practitioners seeking information or documents for the purposes of foreign proceedings and those seeking asset recovery or enforcement against assets subject to Jersey trusts.