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The bankruptcy trustee and missing funds, continuing

The court hearing of an Australian bankruptcy trustee who may

Personal insolvency numbers suffer a slight rise

There is not much to report from the latest personal

Insolvency law terms – what do they mean?

While insolvency law uses many and varied terms to describe

Insolvency law’s elephants in the room

Professor Jason Harris and I will be presenting a session

ASIC’s review of offence reporting – RG 16

In response to the PJC Report, although a bit premature,

“Thousands and thousands of pounds have been lost …”

By way of an update to this post, on 11

Bankruptcy and mental ill health

Justice John Logan of the Federal Court has raised some

Small business sole trader insolvencies

A recent newspaper report on the trend of insolvencies in

AFCA financial compensation scheme of last resort

The federal government has announced [1] that a compensation scheme

Insolvency practitioners as employees

Updated on 5 March 2024 to refer to a 1996 Explanatory

Insolvency Practitioner Registration and Disciplinary Committees

I am pleased to have been appointed by the government

Report on the Franchising Code of Conduct – and insolvent franchisors

Further to my comments of September 2023 below as to

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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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