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The latest issue of the Insolvency Law Journal (Volume 29 Part 3) contains the following material:

EDITORIALGeneral Editor: Dr David Morrison

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Articles

Receivership: A New Direction – Myles Bayliss

Receivership has a long history as a creditors’ remedy and is an attractive proposition for secured creditors looking to safeguard their interests. However, receivership has been criticised due to focus and promotion of the interests of a singular creditor ahead of the collective pool of creditors. This is argued to render receivership inconsistent with modern insolvency procedures with adopt collective processes. It has been suggested that Australia follow England and abolish private receivership to address these issues. Drawing on evidence from receivership reform in England this article examines receivership in Australia to determine whether the appointment is consistent with the needs of modern insolvency processes or whether there is a need for abolition or reform.

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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS – Editor: Dr David Morrison

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NEW ZEALAND REPORTSection Editor: Professor Lynne Taylor

  • The New Zealand Court of Appeal’s Take on Insolvent Trading: Yan v Mainzeal Property and Construction Ltd (in liq)

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