Individual insolvency processes for dispute resolution practitioners

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Before the hearing of the creditors’ bankruptcy petition takes place, there are a number of steps that must be taken to comply with the procedural requirements set out in...

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Grounds to challenge an individual voluntary arrangement An application can be made to challenge the approval of an individual voluntary arrangement (IVA) on one or both...

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Note This table provides a summary of individual personal and debt management processes from a dispute resolution perspective. Name of processNature of processEffect on...

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Bankruptcy in England and Wales is a process by which the court or the bankruptcy adjudicator adjudicates an individual bankrupt by making a bankruptcy order. While a...

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Introduction Part 5 of the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007 (TCEA 2007) introduced new regimes for debt management and relief, although not all of them have...

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Conditions for making a bankruptcy order When hearing a bankruptcy petition and deciding whether a bankruptcy order should be made, the court needs to be satisfied that...

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Once the bankruptcy petition and supporting documents have been presented (or issued) at court, the first step the petitioning creditor will need to take is to effect...

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Bankruptcy in England and Wales is the process whereby an individual is found to be insolvent, and that they should enter a formal process allowing the assets comprising...

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This Practice Note is a summary of bankruptcy and its impact on legal proceedings from a dispute resolution perspective. What is bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is an insolvency...

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This Practice Note contains a summary of individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) and their impact on legal proceedings from a dispute resolution perspective. What is an...

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The purpose of a bankruptcy order is two-fold: • firstly, it is to secure the bankrupt's estate for the benefit of the bankrupt's creditors so that it can be realised to...

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General duties of the trustee in bankruptcy The main function and duty of a trustee in bankruptcy (trustee) is to get in, realise and distribute the bankrupt's estate in...

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This Practice Note discusses: • the effect of an insolvency process on pending court proceedings in which the debtor, bankrupt or insolvent company is a claimant or...

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