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Bankruptcy Bills to become Law?

The draft legislation program for the Senate for next week commencing Monday 20 August 2018 lists, among other Bills, the

  • Bankruptcy Amendment (Enterprise Incentives) Bill 2017 for debate on Monday, after 12.20pm, and the
  • Bankruptcy Amendment (Debt Agreement Reform) Bill 2018, for Tuesday afternoon, 21 August 2018, after 12 noon.

The new 10th edition of Keay’s Insolvency has incorporated all of the one-year bankruptcy provisions, and the debt agreement changes, qualified by the comment that they were at the time of publication, and remain, not yet law.

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