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by Donna W. McKenzie Skene

  • Author: Donna W. McKenzie Skene
  • ISBN: 0567005410
  • ISBN13: 978-0567005410
  • ePub: 1298 kb | FB2: 1882 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Administrative Law
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury T & T Clark (June 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 423
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Donna W. McKenzie Skene. University of Aberdeen. Date Written: July 6, 2006. As is the case in several other jurisdictions, policymakers in the United Kingdom are seeking to adjust the bankruptcy laws to reflect ever increasing usage of the bankruptcy system by consumer debtors. This paper sketches the existing and emerging consumer bankruptcy systems in Scotland, England and Wales and seeks to assess the fitness for purpose of those systems. Keywords: bankruptcy, consumer debt.

Reserved and devolved aspects of insolvency la.

Reserved and devolved aspects of insolvency law. The Scotland Act 1998 specifically reserved to the United Kingdom parliament most aspects of corporate insolvency law and some aspects of non-corporate insolvency (bankruptcy) law. (5) All non-reserved aspects are devolved. The Scottish parliament had the option of passing separate legislation implementing the relevant reforms in Scotland, consenting to the inclusion of provisions implementing the relevant reforms in Scotland in the EA 2002 or deciding that it did not want these reforms in Scotland and therefore refusing to do either of these things.

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This book brings together, for the first time in context, the law on bankruptcy and company insolvency in Scotland, and provides a concise treatment of this complex subject.