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- Standard documents, checklists and drafting notes
- Insolvency forms
- Guide to statements of insolvency practice (SIPs)
- PLC Magazine
- Books online for restructuring and insolvency professionals
- Restructuring and Insolvency Global Guide
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- What options are there for ending a bankruptcy in circumstances in which section 332 of the Insolvency Act 1986 applies and the bankrupt's dwelling house has not been sold?
- How is an administrator remunerated if there are insufficient assets to pay off a fixed charge?
- What happens to the voluntary liquidation where the directors forgot to make a statutory declaration of solvency?
- How does a creditor join in winding up proceedings against a debtor?
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