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Michael Murray remains a visiting fellow at the Queensland University of Technology, and is now a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, and continues to work in and contribute to the development and thinking of insolvency and restructuring law, practice and policy. Subscribe now to be the first to hear about specials and upcoming releases. Free Standard Shipping on all orders. Home All editions This editionEnglish, Book edition: Tel, and Ansett — and at a time when the incidence of personal bankruptcies is at a very high level.
Gold Coast Campus Library. My Account Sign in Register. Description of this Book The ninth edition of Keayes Insolvency has not only been updated with the latest case law and law reform developments, but now has greater emphasis on legal and insolvency practice.
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Major insolvency reforms became law in Australia in with more pending in Those studying and practising in insolvency now have an authoritative text covering all current insolvency and restructuring law and practice in Australia. The text is now in its 25th year of publication with this, its 10th edition. NEW TO THE TENTH EDITION Introduces readers to the significant changes under the Insolvency Law Reform Act in relation to practitioner registration and regulation; the conduct of administrations including notice and meeting requirements, remuneration determinations and reviews, rights of creditors, and powers of the court and the regulators; A new focus on corporate restructuring law and practice and arrangements outside the context of formal insolvency, explained as a separate discipline, but also in the context of the latest innovative approaches to Pt 5.
Keay's Insolvency: Personal & Corporate Law and Practice 10th edition eBook
Subsequently I acted as a Deputy Registrar of the Australian Federal Court and Deputy Registrar in Bankruptcy where I taxed costs, ruled on bankruptcy petitions, presided at the examination of insolvents and their associates, heard varrious applications in bankruptcy and advised practitioners on practice matters. I hold a doctorate in law from the University of Queensland; the thesis focused on transactional avoidance in corporate insolvency in Australia. I am currently a co-investigator for two grants. One that was granted by the Arts and Humanities Research Council to enable my co-investigators Professors Joan Loughrey of Leeds and Terry McNulty of Liverpool and I to explore the way English courts address the business judgments of directors and why they tend to defer to such judgments. Besides doctrinal and theoretical work, this has entailed some empirical research which has consisted of interviewing directors and secretaries of public companies and judges who have exercised jurisdiction in the corporate field as well as conducting focus groups.