Insolvency law deals with the legal rules applicable in the case of individual persons or corporates who are unable to pay their debts and, as such, intersects with virtually every area of legal practice. The Law of Insolvency in New Zealand is a comprehensive treatise on all aspects of New Zealand’s fast developing insolvency law.
The new edition captures case law and legislative updates since the first edition was published in 2016, and includes two new chapters on COVID-19 debt hibernation, and insolvency practitioners.
It has retained the practical structure and writing style that makes the book the ideal resource for specialist insolvency practitioners, legal practitioners, judges, academics and students.
By Lynne Taylor