Free Student Delivery
Trusted Reliable Content
Secure Checkout

Insolvency Law

Select a format

Print + Mobile
Published: July 31, 1997
In Stock
Published: December 31, 1999
In Stock
Best value

Product details

Insolvency Law is a subscription based product including both the printed loose-leaf and LexisMobile publications. Updates for 12 months (print and mobile) are included in the price.

Insolvency Law and its Operation in Winding-up, examining the Insolvency Act, No. 24 of 1936 and its Regulations, is a comprehensive loose-leaf commentary on the law of insolvency in South Africa.

Featured Authors

Table of contents

Chapter 1 - Law Applicable

Chapter 2 - Compulsory Sequestration of Debtor's Estate

Chapter 3 - Voluntary Surrender

Chapter 4 - Trustees and Liquidators

Chapter 5 - Administration in relation to property

Chapter 6 - Legal proceedings

Chapter 7 - Meetings, Reports and Resolutions

Chapter 8 - Interrogations

Chapter 9 - Claims and Proof of Claims

Chapter 10 - Sale of Property

Chapter 11 - Trustees' and Liquidators' Accounts; Distribution and Contribution

Chapter 12 - Payments of Costs and Proved Claims

Chapter 13 - Compositions

Chapter 14 - Rehabilitation

Chapter 15 - General Control of Administration

Chapter 16 - Offences

Chapter 17 - Cross Border Insolvency

Chapter 18 - Business Rescue

Appendix I - Insolvency Act 24 of 1936, as amended

Appendix II - Regulations under Section 138 of the Insolvency Act

Appendix III - Tariff of Fees under Section 73(2) of the Insolvency Act

Appendix IV - Regulations for the Winding-up and Judicial Management of Companies

Appendix V - Notice regarding the Determination of Amounts and Exclusion of Employees for the Purposes of Section 98A of the Insolvency Act, 1936

Appendix VI - Cross-Border Insolvency Act 42 of 2000, as amended

Appendix VII - Long-Term Insurance Act 52 of 1998, as amended

Appendix VIII - Companies Act 71 of 2008: Chapter 6 €œBusiness Rescue and Compromise with Creditors€?; Companies Regulations, 2011 under Section 223 of the 2008 Companies Act [Extracts]