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October 2012
Credit Management;Oct2012, p24
Trade Publication
The article offers information on insolvency profession (IP). It states that there are remedies within the Insolvency Act through which transactions can be validated out of frozen bank accounts. It further states that creditors can challenge the set dividend or a statement under IP acts but unsecured creditors will have to be proactive in order to protect themselves from insolvency.


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