Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law : Cases, Texts, and Materials
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Authored by leading experts from across the country, the third edition of Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law: Cases, Text, and Materials provides detailed and cutting edge commentary on all aspects of Canadian bankruptcy and insolvency law. The presentation of content fosters an appreciation for the intellectual, political, and practical importance of bankruptcy law, and the manner in which it permeates many aspects of modern corporate, commercial, and consumer law. In addition to providing students with an overview of the key issues in contemporary bankruptcy law, this casebook addresses the procedural aspects involved in different types of bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and their impact on debtors and creditors.
This edition of Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law: Cases, Text, and Materials has expanded in several areas to account for recent developments and elaborate upon particular subjects. It features new material on fraud, the objectives and outcomes of corporate restructuring proceedings, liquidations proceedings and asset sales under the CCAA, and developments following the enactment of the new BIA and CCAA cross-border insolvency provisions.
This casebook offers insight into the interplay of social, economic, and legal issues in the development of modern bankruptcy policy, and it is an invaluable resource for law students seeking to understand the actual operation of the Canadian bankruptcy system.
Emond Montgomery Publications
Ben-Ishai, Stephanie, "Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law : Cases, Texts, and Materials" (2015). Books. 318.