[Not offered in 2021]
|Student Contribution Band:||Band 4|
|Administered by:||College of Business, Law & Governance|
This subject provides students with a thorough introduction to the history and processes of personal bankruptcy and corporate insolvency. The subject not only equips students with the skills necessary to find, interpret and apply the law in both its legislative and adjudicative modes but also addresses the subject matter from both practical and theoretical perspectives. Topics covered include: debt recovery generally, the genesis of personal bankruptcy, acts of bankruptcy, sequestration, administration of bankruptcy, distribution, priorities, alternatives to bankruptcy, corporate insolvency generally, receiverships, voluntary administration, liquidation and winding up, insolvent trading and ASIC's regulatory powers.
|Prerequisites:||LA3106 (ALLOW CONCURRENT) or CO2502 or BU2112|
|CO3515 AND BX3114|
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