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The law of receivers of companies

Gavin Lightman

The law of receivers of companies

by Gavin Lightman

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Published by Sweet & Maxwell in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Receivers -- Great Britain.,
    • Liquidation -- Great Britain.,
    • Bankruptcy -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Statementby Gavin Lightman and Gabriel Moss ; with a foreword by Sir John Vinelott.
      ContributionsMoss, Gabriel S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKD2155.R4 L53 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxlix, 358 p. ;
      Number of Pages358
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2459955M
      ISBN 100421300906
      LC Control Number87165187

      A receiver appointed under an express power in a security document creating one or more fixed charges over assets is termed a fixed charge receiver (though often also referred to, incorrectly, as an LPA receiver). Most modern security documents contain an express power to appoint a receiver and it is now rare for a lender to rely on the power provided by the Law of Property Act Buy Lightman & Moss: Law of Administrators and Receivers of Companies 6th ed (Book & eBook Pack), by Gavin Lightman, Gabriel Moss, Hamish Anderson, Ian Fletcher, Richard Snowden, ISBN , published by Sweet & Maxwell Ltd from , the World's Legal Bookshop. Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide.

      Division Appointment of receivers, keeping of book and registration of charges granted by This Law shall be called the Myanmar Companies Law. (b) This Law commences on the date of notification determined by the President of the Union. (c) In this Law, unless the context otherwise implies: File Size: 1MB. 1 The third edition of A Treatise on the Law and Practice of Receivers by Ralph Ewing Clark (Clark on Receivers) is useful, but even as supplemented it is over twenty years old. The author has found no modern treatise which specifically addresses the problems in government initiated enforcement actions using receiverships.

        Receiver: A receiver is a person appointed by a bankruptcy court or secured creditor to run a company for a short period of time. A receiver's main function is to liquidate all available assets Author: Will Kenton. The following section provides an overview of the primary responsibilities and duties of liquidators, receivers and examiners. Details of their complete responsibilities under the Companies Act, under secondary legislation and related case law is available in the ODCE Information Book "The Principal Duties and Powers of Liquidators, Receivers and Examiners" downloadable under the "Related.


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and Roscoe Pound, among. An order having been made in this action appointing a receiver, and thereafter cx parte orders being made authorizing the receiver to borrow a large sum to pay wages due the workmen, and to issue certificates therefor, such certificates to be a first lien upon all the property of the company, and to have priority over the mortgage to Soutter Author: Charles Fisk Beach.

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The Companies Act introduces a whole new dimension of the law relating to Companies in Uganda. Some of the aspects provided for under the Act are Receivership and Administration of companies in liquidation. This paper is to analyse a few aspects. Law of receivers of companies. London: Sweet & Maxwell, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gavin Lightman; Gabriel S Moss.

CHAPTER 3. Powers and Duties of Receivers. Powers of receiver. (1) Subject to the provisions of this section, a receiver of the property of a company has power to do, in the State and elsewhere, all things necessary or convenient to be done for or in connection with, or as incidental to, the attainment of the objectives for which the receiver was appointed.

Provides authoritative and practical guide to the law relating to administrators and receivers of companies Gives guidance to help clarify areas of uncertainty and makes technical issues understandable Goes through procedure for appointment of receivers and administrators. An updated edition of a guide to the law relating to administrative receivership, which provides an account of all aspects of practice and procedure.

Subjects covered include administrators, retention of title clauses and the role of a receiver in the winding up of a company. The E-mail message field is required. Please enter the message. I thought you might be interested in this item at Title: The law of receivers and administrators of companies Author: Gavin Lightman; Gabriel S Moss; Richard Snowden Publisher: London: Sweet & Maxwell, Using the Barbados Companies Act, Cap.

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Burgess. The law of administrators and receivers of companies. [Gavin Lightman; Gabriel S Moss; Hamish Anderson; Ian F Fletcher; Richard Snowden] -- This fourth edition builds on the previous editions and explains the principles, legislation and case law shaping receivership practice.

The law of administrators and receivers of companies. [Gavin Lightman; Gabriel S Moss; Hamish Anderson; Ian F Fletcher; Richard Snowden] -- This fifth edition builds on the previous editions and explains the principles, legislation and case law shaping receivership practice.

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Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. Excerpt from The Law Relating to Receivers and Managers I hope that the importance of the subject dealt with by this book will afford a sufficient apology for its publication.

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Protection of Property or an Interest in Property (a) Gravel Resources of ArizonaAriz. 33, P.3d (Ct. App. ). The Gravel Resources case sets forth the standard for the appointment of a receiver under Arizona law.

Ariz. 33, P.3d (Ct. App. ). In Gravel Resources, the Arizona Court of Appeals affirmed the appointment of a receiver appointed to protect. Lightman & Moss: The Law of Administrators and Receivers of Companies by Hon Mr Justice Gavin Lightman,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.The power to apply to Court for directions is taken from the old Section of the Act.

Apart from the receiver, the following people are entitled to make the application: an officer of the company; a member of the company; employees of the company comprising at least half in number of the persons employed in a full-time capacity by the company; a creditor of the company.