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n Without Prejudice - Non-cession clauses on insolvency : company law

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Abstract

When a company is placed in liquidation, a number of the ordinary principles of our law of obligations (in particular, contract) are, to some extent, turned on their heads. A liquidator steps in and has a duty to recover all amounts owing to the company and to sell its assets for the benefit of the creditors.

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2014-02-01
2016-12-09
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