Loose & Griffiths on Liquidators

The Role of a Liquidator in a Winding Up (Eighth Edition)

By Peter Loose, Michael Griffiths

Loose and Griffiths on Liquidators (formerly titled Loose on Liquidators) is a guide to the UK's law relating to company liquidations and the important role of the liquidator in a winding up - their powers, duties, and relationship to creditors, members, receivers, and the court. The book provides invaluable specialist advice and essential time-saving reference materials. Now in its 8th edition, this definitive work on successful liquidations has been completely updated and expanded to include all the latest developments in UK liquidation practice and procedure. It includes new analysis of: BYV Corporate Trustee Services v Eurosail - the meaning of insolvency for the purposes of the winding up of an insolvent company * HMRC v Football League and Football Association - the football creditor rule which varies in particular circumstances under the standard order of payment of debts * Re Stanford International Bank - the center of main interests for the purposes of cross-border insolvency * Charambous v B & C Associates - the absence of a duty of care owed by an administrator to creditors in the absence of a special relationship. *** Contents include: Status of a Liquidator * Commencement of Voluntary Winding Up * The EC Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings * Compulsory Winding Up * Effects of Winding Up and Appointment of the Liquidator * Duties of the Liquidator * Powers of the Liquidator * Creditors * The Liquidation Committee and Meetings * Matters Arising in Winding Up * Payments of Debts * Rights and Liabilities of Members * Completion of Winding Up * Appendix 1: Checklists for Winding Up and Liquidation * Appendix 2: Precedent Letters with Statutory and Practice Forms * Appendix 3: Penalties.

Publication Date: 3/31/2014
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781846617300