Requisite(s): 70417 Corporate Law OR 70327 Introduction to Property and Commercial Law
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.
This subject provides an introduction to the protection and regulation of insolvent individuals and corporations. The subject aims to discuss insolvency within the social context and impact of insolvency law. Students examine the legal procedures involved in insolvency law (such as bankruptcy petitions, lodging proofs of debt and distribution of insolvent estates) as well as the impact of insolvency on stakeholders such as employees, unsecured creditors, and individual and corporate debtors. Both individual and corporate insolvency are examined. All aspects of personal and corporate insolvency are discussed but the subject places particular emphasis on discussing powers of insolvency administrators, voluntary administration, liquidation and the rights of creditors.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125