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A guide to the law relating to company liquidations
"long-established, definitive work on company liquidations and the role and the duties of liquidations and the role and duties of liquidators in a winding up...this is the eighth edition since 1972 testifies to the reputation of the book among practitioners and advisors for its authority, completeness and reliability...necessity of this book as a comprehensive reference source...contains all relevant updated material...a convenient and logically organised reference source for the busy practitioner...this guide places, at your fingertips, the information, expertise and advice you need to conduct your case successfully."Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers
"gives invaluable specialist advice by providing the reader with check-lists for winding up and liquidation, precedent latters with statutory and practice forms and guides to professional conduct and ethics...essential time-saving reference materials for handling cases of this matter...the book manages to provide the reader with all aspects of the company liquidation in a single volume enabling a successful winding up and liquidation and taking all the drastic measures since the financial crisis in 2008 into account"
"completely updated and expanded to inculde much new material on liquidation practice and procedure, inculding the Insolvency (Amendment) Rules 2010 to changes to the rules governing administrations.....Loose on Liquidators is both an authoritative and completely updated reference work which should be considered as an essential addition to your library"For the full review click here
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