This book approaches cross-border insolvency from the perspective of conflict of laws with a view to strengthening the understanding and practice of cross-border insolvency. The book analyses the whole corpus of cross-border insolvency regimes from three conflicts perspectives, namely:

i. jurisdiction to commence insolvency proceedings;
ii. recognition and enforcement of foreign insolvency proceedings;
iii. choice of law.

This approach to cross-border insolvency allows the principles of cross border
insolvency to be compared and contrasted across the whole

It thereby teases out the inconsistencies between the different regimes dealing with essentially the same cross-border issues. Approaching cross-border insolvency in this manner, so far not attempted by any other textbook, should help everyone interested in this area of the law appreciate that cross-border insolvency problems often find their solutions in the proper understanding of insolvency policy and principles.

Cross-Border Insolvency features:

EU Insolvency Regulation
Brussels I Regulation
UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross- Border Insolvency
Credit Institutions (Reorganisation and Winding Up)
Regulations 2004
Insurers (Reorganisation and Winding Up)
Regulations 2004
Insolvency Act 1986
Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act 1933
Administration of Justice Act 1920
Common law
Comparative analysis

More Details about Cross-Border Insolvency: Principles and Practice

General Information  
Author(s)Look Chan Ho
PublisherSweet & Maxwell
Edition1st Edition
Publish YearDecember 2018