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Insolvency Law

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20 MAR 2012

Debt Management Plans and deferring limitation

I have happened across an interesting case on limitation in a IVA - Tanner v Everitt (2004). The case states that agreement to defer limitation is implied. I wondered how this sort of situation might play out in the context of a debt management plan, i.e. what should one do in all debt-forgiveness situations?  What happens in debt management plans?  Any thoughts?

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