Tag Archives: Bankruptcy

India’s Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2015

What is this all about? India is proposing a new insolvency and bankruptcy code. It’s all part of the “Make In India” campaign by Narendra Modi’s government who are trying to attract businesses to India. Current law It does not appear that there has been a single separate law for bankruptcy legislation in the country’s … Continue Reading

One Click Bankruptcy

From 6 April 2016, debtors in England and Wales who wish to enter bankruptcy will need to apply online and will no longer be able to petition the Court. The final form statutory instruments to introduce the necessary changes were published on 22 February 2016. It will cost £130 for a debtor to apply for his own bankruptcy … Continue Reading

Exercising Discretion- when does a Debtor run out of time?

When will the Court exercise its discretion to adjourn a bankruptcy petition or make an immediate bankruptcy order? The recent Bankruptcy Court decision of Aabar Block Sarl v Maud provided clarification on the matters that the Court will take into consideration. John Alderton (Partner) and Jon Chesman (Associate) represented the Debtor, Glenn Maud, who successfully applied for … Continue Reading
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