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It examines in detail the treatment of trusts at all stages of an insolvency.
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Gerard McCormack, Andrew Keay, Sarah Brown. Critically analysing the substantive law of insolvency in the EU countries as a whole, this book carries out horizontal cross-cutting analysis of the data gathered from a study of national insolvency laws. It selects particular areas for detailed discussion and considers the pros and cons of particular legislative solutions. Using the US and Norway as comparator countries, the expert authors identify areas where disparities in national laws produce problems that have impacts outside national boundaries.
Gerard Mccormack of University of Leeds, Leeds Read 18 publications . This book offers a detailed, comparative critique of bankruptcy law in the United States and the United Kingdom.
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6 The best discussion of proprietary claims is found in Goff, &Jones,, The Law of Restitution (4th e. 1993) pp. 73–102. 59 The imposition of either category of constructive trusts is subject to challenge under Insolvency Act 1986 (discussed supra, text to footnote 32). In Re Densham 1 . 1519, a challenge to a constructive trust under the previous provision (Bankruptcy Act 1914, s. 42) was upheld by Goff J. and a wife was consequently deprived as against her husband's trustee in bankruptcy of the enlarged beneficial interest to which she would otherwise have been entitled in their matrimonial home.
Critically analysing the substantive law of insolvency in the EU countries as a whole, this book carries out horizontal. With the purchase of Kobo VIP Membership, you're getting 10% off and 2x Kobo Super Points on eligible items. Your Shopping Cart is empty. There are currently no items in your Shopping Cart.
A proprietary claims means the state "owns" the asset or sum claimed, together with any increase in the value of that asset. Therefore, if the funds are invested in assets that increase in value, such as property in a rising market, the state will be entitled to recover the entirety of those assets.