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Further to my comments of September 2023 below as to a review of the franchising code of conduct, that review has been completed and on 8 February 2024 a report was released. Review of the …

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Offence referrals by liquidators

Offence referrals to ASIC by liquidators continue to be contentious and perhaps distracted by the issue of claimed automated decision-making by ASIC itself, although the …

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Cancellation of a bankruptcy trustee’s registration and freezing orders obtained

The registration of Australian bankruptcy trustee Mr Paul Leroy was

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Personal insolvency figures – December 2023

Numbers of personal insolvencies in Australia continue to fall with

New corporate definitions of director, officer and asset

Following the ALRC’s work on Ch 7 of the Corporations

Insolvency practitioners as employees

A liquidator disciplinary committee has decided that conditions should be

Corporations Act redrafting – ch 5?

Some years ago, I suggested to a Treasury officer that

The new Administrative Review Tribunal and law for the relief of insolvent debtors

On 7 December 2023, the government introduced legislation that would
Wildes Meadow

A winding up vs an administration – s 440A(2)

The situation where a creditor applies for a winding up

Insolvency statistics 2023

Each of our insolvency regulators, ASIC for corporate, AFSA for

Law reform – small business redundancy exemption removed

Among the many changes introduced by the Fair Work Legislation

The AFCA financial complaints scheme and bankruptcy – no appeal

Further to my case comment below, AFSA has, belatedly, advised

NOCLAR – accountants’ reporting of offences

Some while ago, I took an interest in the professional

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Offence referrals to ASIC by liquidators continue to be contentious and perhaps distracted by the issue of claimed automated decision-making by ASIC itself, although the …

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Cancellation of a bankruptcy trustee’s registration and freezing orders obtained

The registration of Australian bankruptcy trustee Mr Paul Leroy was

Punishment for bankruptcy – wearing a yellow and brown bonnet in the public square

A recent book, Re-examining insolvency law and theory – perspectives

Personal insolvency figures – December 2023

Numbers of personal insolvencies in Australia continue to fall with

New corporate definitions of director, officer and asset

Following the ALRC’s work on Ch 7 of the Corporations

Insolvency practitioners as employees

A liquidator disciplinary committee has decided that conditions should be

Corporations Act redrafting – ch 5?

Some years ago, I suggested to a Treasury officer that

The new Administrative Review Tribunal and law for the relief of insolvent debtors

On 7 December 2023, the government introduced legislation that would
Wildes Meadow

A winding up vs an administration – s 440A(2)

The situation where a creditor applies for a winding up

Insolvency statistics 2023

Each of our insolvency regulators, ASIC for corporate, AFSA for

Law reform – small business redundancy exemption removed

Among the many changes introduced by the Fair Work Legislation

The AFCA financial complaints scheme and bankruptcy – no appeal

Further to my case comment below, AFSA has, belatedly, advised

NOCLAR – accountants’ reporting of offences

Some while ago, I took an interest in the professional

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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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