ad hoc committee

New insolvency laws commencing 1 March – Q&A

This series of questions and answers address many of the issues with which practitioners and lawyers will be confronted in

Insolvency reforms – what to expect in the first few weeks

This explains what insolvency practitioners, and lawyers, may immediately confront in the first weeks or so of the new law,

Umpteen professional bodies regulating insolvency practitioners – overkill? or a spreading of the risk?

The new regulatory regime of insolvency practitioners under the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 provides for co-regulation shared between the regulators –

Protected: A CALDB decision against a liquidator under the existing law, and how the new law will operate

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What insolvency practitioners and lawyers and regulators need to know before too long …

The new insolvency reforms commence in about 9 weeks, on Wednesday 1 March 2017, under the Insolvency Law Reform Act

Concerns about liquidator misconduct hearings – no lawyer’s quibble

Concerns about the new processes to review the professional conduct of liquidators, and bankruptcy trustees, are discussed in light of