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Try to resolve unpaid debt early, and leave insolvency as a “last resort”

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In bills before the new 2022 parliament, our legislative drafters …

Class actions and litigation funding – New Zealand law reform report

While Australia is in the midst of some potential change …

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International Insolvency Research Symposium.M Murray.RemunerationRevisited July 2022 – final This …

Reprimand and more for a liquidator – that’s about as much as we know

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Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners’ Third National Insolvency Conference

“Are you ready to rumble” in the insolvency jungle was …

Can insolvency practitioners afford to be generous?

The Australian bankruptcy regulator, AFSA, has published what it terms …

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INSOLVENCY AND RELATED LAW AND POLICY, AND MORE
Michael Murray is an Australian author and commentator on corporate and personal insolvency law and related issues, in Australia and internationally. He has a strong law and policy background, is independent of any connections, and his views are his own. He gives no legal advice.

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