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The Deregulation Act 2015 (DA 2015) received Royal Assent on 26 March 2015. DA 2015 applies to a huge range of regulations in the UK—its purpose being to try to reduce the administrative burden on businesses, organisations and individuals by repealing a raft of legislation which is no longer of practical use.
In terms of insolvency and restructuring, DA 2015 only touches upon a small portion of the insolvency legislation. Some of the Act comes into effect in May 2015, the rest is to be brought into effect by way of separate statutory instruments.
We set out below in brief where DA 2015 affects insolvency legislation specifically.
There are two sections and one schedule that apply to insolvency in DA 2015:
In summary the main changes relating to insolvency are:
If you are a LexisPSL Subscriber, click the link below for a more detailed analysis of the DA 2015 and its provisions relevant to insolvency professionals:
The Deregulation Act 2015
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First published on LexisPSL Restructuring and Insolvency
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