A New Book Comparing Jurisdictions World-wide and their Treatment of Claims in Insolvency

Oxford has published the third book in a series dedicated to comparative insolvency known as the Oxford International and Comparative Insolvency Law. This book comprehensive analysis of the law and practice in relation to creditor claims in over 20 jurisdictions. It canvasses the divergences and common features of domestic insolvency laws and the areas covered include submission of claims, verification and admission of claims, ranking of insolvency and administration claims, treatment of non-enforceable claims, and voting and participation rights. Professor Christopher Symes has written Chapter 1 which is dedicated to creditor claims in Australia.

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