Insolvency in Private International Law by Ian Fletcher

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SeriesOxford Private International Law Series
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Number of Pages776
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ISBN 100199262500
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This book is a compendium of essays by eminent academics and practitioners in the field who trace the development of the subject, give an account of the influences of economics, legal history and private international law, and chart its relationship with finance and security issues as well as the importance of business rescue as a phenomenon.

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