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|Title: ||Pre-appointment administration fees - papering over the cracks in pre-packs?|
|Citation: ||Insolvency Intelligence, 21(5): 72-76|
|Publisher: ||Sweet & Maxwell|
|Journal: ||Insolvency Intelligence|
|Issue Date: ||2008 |
|Abstract: ||Considers the remuneration of insolvency practitioners for work done on pre-packaged administrations (pre-packs). Examines the proposed amendments to the Insolvency Rules 1986 dealing with pre-appointment expenses, the rights of unsecured creditors, management buy-outs and conflicts of interest, and concerns over the transparency and legitimacy of pre-packs.|
|Description: ||Available to subscribers online via the WestLaw database. Copyright: Thomson Reuters (Legal) Limited.|
|Keywords: ||Insolvency Rules 1986|
Conflict of interest
Administrators powers and duties
|Appears in Collections: ||Legal Studies Research Group |
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