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Much has been written about the supply and demand side shocks that COVID-19 may cause and many businesses are closely looking at their force majeure provisions in their unfulfilled

A working bankrupt may be liable to make a contribution to their bankrupt estate from income earned during their bankruptcy. It is equitable that some of the rewards from the

So, you’ve become bankrupt, either by your own volition or that of a creditor and now your assets are in the hands of the Trustee in Bankruptcy (‘the Trustee’). But what does this mean for

During the course of bankruptcy, a bankrupt may be in a position to make a proposal to creditors to satisfy his or her debts and consequently end bankruptcy. Section 73 of the

Part X (Part 10) of the Bankruptcy Act allows a debtor to enter into an arrangement with their creditors to satisfy their debts without being made a bankrupt. This type of proposed

The loss of a bankrupt’s family home is usually felt more intensely than the loss of any other asset. Understandably, bankrupts know that the loss of the home will disrupt the family unit, not