The right lines for creditors

September 2003
Cabinet Maker;9/5/2003, Issue 5354, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the major changes to insolvency procedures in Great Britain which take effect on September 15, 2003. Overview on how a receiver is appointed by a bank in the event of business liquidation; Functions of the receiver; Explanation on the specific changes to be implemented.


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