Insolvency Practice Rules

Registration of a liquidator, on conditions – Mansfield

The AAT has confirmed that a corporate insolvency practitioner’s ‘exposure’ to bankruptcy as being one criterion required to be met

Bankruptcy remuneration challenge referred to mediation – Groll

Justice Jennifer Davies of the Federal Court has referred bankruptcy trustees’ remuneration to mediation, following a challenge by the trustees

Protected: Law reform fixes needed to ensure protection of trustees and liquidators

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What work was involved in this liquidation and why did it take the time and resources claimed?

A liquidator’s remuneration claim of over $350,000 for conducting the winding up a country dental practice involving 24 of his staff

The Law in the Insolvency “Law” Reform Act 2016

The law has not been given much attention in the recent CLE and professional offerings on the new insolvency laws, with their

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

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Insolvency Practice Rules 2016 released – Corporations and Bankruptcy

The Insolvency Practice Rules (Corporations) 2016 have now been released, without fanfare, and are on the Federal Register of Legislation.  The Insolvency

Australia’s draft Insolvency Practice Rules 2016 – some issues

The draft Insolvency Practice Rules raise a few fundamental issues about due process – natural justice, professional body involvement, confidentiality

Insolvency Practice Rules 2016 – draft for comment

The Rules in support of the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 have been released in draft for comment by 4