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7-60B Debtor-Creditor Law 60B.syn
Indian Law of Insolvency of Businesses and Individuals
Editor-in-Chief, Theodore Eisenberg and Contributing Authors
This chapter of Debtor-Creditor Law provides an overview of Indian insolvency laws for individuals and businesses.
This chapter examines individual bankruptcy proceedings, which are dealt with under the Presidency-Towns Insolvency Act of 1909 and the Provincial Insolvency Act of 1920.
Furthermore, this chapter discusses the following four legislative acts that govern the insolvency and re-structuring process for business entities: (1) Sick Industrial Companies Act, 1985--a preventative statute whereby companies can request re-structuring; (2) Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act, 1993--a law protecting creditors that are banks seeking to collect debts; (3) Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002--a statute allowing secured lenders to take possession of secured assets without court intervention; and (4) Companies Act, 1956--a statute dealing with the liquidation or "winding up" of distressed companies.
Debtor-Creditor Law (Matthew Bender) is a comprehensive multi-volume treatise, written by prominent experts in the field. It offers complete coverage of all aspects of the debtor-creditor relationship, including current case law, practical guidance, and numerous forms for the practitioner. In addition to comprehensive coverage of federal consumer credit legislation and the reprint of related statutes and regulations, Debtor-Creditor Law also features chapters covering Uniform Commercial Code Articles, including Article 2 (Sales), Article 3 (Negotiable Instruments) and Revised Article 9 (Secured Transactions). It covers third party obligations; satisfaction of obligations through non-judicial remedies; and international insolvency law and enforcement of judgments for a variety of countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Germany, and France.
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