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Insolvency Law in East Asia (eBook)

Edited by: Roman Tomasic

ISBN13: 9781409493181
ISBN: 0754621251
Published: April 2006
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: eBook (ePub)
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Insolvency law reform has become a subject of public urgency in many countries in the past two decades and particularly in much of Asia over the last ten years. This volume provides an overview of insolvency laws and related rules and procedures in the countries of East Asia.

The book comprises two introductory chapters dealing with issues such as legal culture and cross-border insolvency, before examining the fourteen principal jurisdictions in the region. Each chapter addresses the key themes of different insolvency regimes, such as: the legal system and culture; personal insolvency laws; corporate insolvency rules; court-based schemes of arrangement; winding-up procedures; liquidators; enforcement; and offences.

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Diversity and convergence in insolvancy laws in East Asia, Roman Tomasic
Insolvency law in Japan, Stacey Steele
Insolvency law in Korea, Soogeun Oh
The long march towards China's new bankruptcy law, Roman Tomasic and Margaret Wang
Insolvency law in Taiwan: the interplay between official and unofficial law, Angus Francis and Neil Andrews
Insolvency law in Hong Kong, ELG Tyler
Insolvency law in Vietnam, John Gillespie
Insolvency law in Laos, Terry Reid
Thai insolvency law: one step towards the development of the legal infrastructure for a revitalized economy, Eugene Clark and Sutee Supanit
Insolvency law in Malaysia, Bahrin (Kam) Kamarul
Insolvency law and institutions in Indonesia, David K. Linnan
Insolvency law in Singapore, Victor Yeo and Pauline Gan
The corporate insolvency system of the Phillipines: experience and reforms, Cesar L. Villanueva
Insolvency law in New Zealand, Paul Heath
Insolvency law in Australia, Rosalind Mason
Culture, insolvency and legal orientalism in Asia: reaching for Goering's revolver, Tim Lindsey
Cross-border insolvency in EastAsia: formal and informal mechanisms and UNCITRAL's model law, Angus Francis