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are designed to modernize, streamline and strengthen Australia's insolvency laws. Most of the provisions of the act became law on December 31 2007, although the provisions will generally apply only to insolvency administrations that commence after the new laws take effect. These amendments represent the first substantive changes to Australia's corporate insolvency laws since 1993. The provisions introduced by the act reflect the four broad themes for insolvency reform identified in a number of reviews of insolvency law conducted between 1997 and 2004. This update provides a comment on some of the major changes, which ...
the laws of the British Virgin Islands are based upon very old English laws, and can cause some difficulty in modern times. Other areas of law, such as international law , are essentially regulated externally through the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London by Order-in-Council . A large body of the laws of the British Virgin Islands consists of the common law, which continually updates itself through judicial precedent in the Territory and in other common law countries. The British Virgin Islands is a dependent territory of the United Kingdom. Although the local legislature and courts are independent from the United ...
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The Ministry of Economic Development has announced that the amendments to the Companies Act will come into force on 1 November 2007, resulting in the long awaited introduction of the voluntary administration regime; new phoenix company provisions; significant amendments to the voidable transaction regime; and new liquidator reporting requirements. Companies (Voluntary Administration) Regulations 2007 The Companies (Voluntary Administration) Regulations 2007 come into force on 1 November 2007. They prescribe the provisions that are deemed to be included in all deeds of company arrangements (unless specifically excluded) along ... market research, surveys and trends
Allens Arthur Robinson: Publication: Focus: Payments under letters ...
The cases considered below are a reminder of the risk that payments secured under a letter of credit may be set aside as an unfair preference in certain circumstances. Direct pay letters of credit have been used to mitigate this risk but recent case law suggests that payments under these may be open to attack. Partner Phillip Cornwell and Lawyer Maya Greenberg report. Lenders who take security by way of a letter of credit from a borrower should be aware that, if the debtor is wound up in insolvency, payments made to the lender, whether by the borrower or by the bank under the letter of credit, may be liable to be set aside as an ... market research, surveys and trends

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Insolvency Law Reforms Report on Indonesia
must be issued and at least 50 percent of the nominal value of each issued ... have total assets of at least seven billion five hundred million rupiah, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Responding to James Hardie: insolvency law reforms. | Australia ...
On 12 October 2005, the Federal Government announced plans to reform corporate insolvency law in Australia. The government has signalled its intention to release draft legislation for comment in early 2006, with a view to introducing a bill later in the year. However, some of the changes have already come into effect. For instance, changes to the General Employee Entitlements and Redundancy Scheme (GEERS), detailed below, became effective on 1 November 2005. As part of the reform process, the Government has referred to the Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (CAMAC) a proposal to protect future personal injury ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Proposed Australian corporate insolvency law reforms
Feb 3, 2010 ... Proposed Australian corporate insolvency law reforms. Author: Kimberley Purcell. On 19 January 2010, the Government announced a ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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a legal guide for substantive insolvency law reform. A December 2000 Colloquium in Vienna included commercial sector groups, insolvency practitioners and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Charles Booth | William S. Richardson School of Law
Professor Booth returned to the faculty in January 2006 after spending 16 1/2 years at the University of Hong Kong. He teaches Asian-Pacific Insolvency Law, Second Year Seminar (with a focus on Asian-Pacific Commercial Law Topics), Secured Transactions. Corporate Reorganization, and Equitable Remedies. He is the Founding Director of the Institute of Asian-Pacific Business Law (IAPBL). Professor Booth practiced with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton in New York from 1984 to 1986, taught in the faculty at the Law School from 1986-89, and taught in the Faculty of Law at the University of Hong from 1989 to 2005 where has also ...
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when unemployment, commodity price and inflation will be significant, the Fed might want to have a normal exchange rate... unless other countries play currency dumping too. posted 9 months ago Technically 150 is a very important number for the Euro... I'm sure you've noticed how many times the Euro has made an attempt to crack this price level...As more and more countries convert their treasury backed currency to Euros this should provide the fuel to push through this strong resistance and at the same time slam the dollar... I posted on my blog about the euro, gold, dollar and equity markets scenario, you may want to ...