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Hannan Neil. Cross-Border Insolvency The Enactment and Interpretation of the UNCITRAL Model Law

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Hannan Neil. Cross-Border Insolvency The Enactment and Interpretation of the UNCITRAL Model Law
Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd, 2017. — 273 p. — ISBN 978-981-10-5875-2.
Introduction. .
Theoretical Basis for International Cross-Border.
Insolvency Laws. .
Development of the Model Law.
Background.
Model Law.
Summary.
Manner of Introduction of the Model Law.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Summary.
How Does the Model Law Affect Existing Principles of Recognition? .
Australia.
Statutory Provisions.
Common Law.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Summary.
Concepts of Centre of Main Interest and Establishment.
Recognition.
Factors Determining COMI.
Factors Considered When Determining Establishment.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Establishment Generally.
Time of Recognition of COMI and Establishment.
Difficulties with Present Proposed Dates.
Suggested Reform.
Comparative Analysis of the Enactment and Interpretation of the Preamble and Chapter I of the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency—General Provisions.
Preamble.
Article 1.
Article 2.
Foreign Proceedings.
Centre of Main Interest (COMI).
Collective Proceedings.
Foreign Main Proceeding.
Foreign Non-main Proceeding.
Foreign Representative.
Foreign Court.
Establishment.
Other Definitions.
Practical Implications of the Definitional Section.
Article 3.
Article 4.
Article 5.
Article 6.
USA Legal System.
Practical Issues.
Article 7.
Article 8.
Summary.
Comparative Analysis of the Enactment and Interpretation of the Chapter II of the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency—Access of Foreign Representatives and Creditors to Courts in This State.
Article 9.
Article 10.
Article 11.
Article 12.
Article 13.
Article 14.
Summary.
Comparative Analysis of the Enactment and Interpretation of Chapter III of the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency— Recognition of Foreign Proceeding and Relief.
Article 15.
Article 16.
Rebuttable Presumptions.
Article 17.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Article 18.
Article 19.
Australia.
New Zealand.
USA.
Article 20.
Exceptions to Stay.
Article 21.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Generally.
Article 22.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Article 23.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Generally.
Article 24.
Summary.
Comparative Analysis of the Enactment and Interpretation of Chapter IV of the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency— Operation with Foreign Courts and Foreign Representatives.
Article 25.
Australia.
Canada.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Canada and USA.
Article 26.
Article 27.
Summary.
Comparative Analysis of the Enactment and Interpretation of Chapter V of the Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency—Concurrent Proceedings.
Article 28.
Article 29.
Article 30.
Article 31.
Article 32.
Summary.
Conflict of Laws.
Introduction.
Common Law.
Australia.
Canada.
New Zealand.
United Kingdom.
USA.
Model Law.
Concurrent Administrations.
Excluded Entities.
Exempt Property.
Conflict of Laws Provision in Different States.
Nature of Stay Under Article 20.
Worldwide Effect of Some States’ Insolvency Regimes.
Priority of Domestic Laws in Administrations.
Effect of Discharge Under Domestic Law.
Inconsistency with Other International Laws Treaties and Conventions.
Protection of Creditors Interests.
Summary.
Present Issues with Concepts of Centre of Main Interest and Establishment.
Courts Obligation to Review Decisions in Relation to COMI and Establishment.
Inappropriate Recognition of Centre of Main Interest (COMI).
Inconsistency of Court Decisions.
Summary.
Applicability of Rules of Private International Law.
Private International Law.
Choice of Forum.
Recognition and Choice of Law.
Model Law.
Private International Law in Interpretation of Model Law.
Extrinsic Material.
Vienna Convention.
Model Law Provisions.
Uniform Choice of Law Rules.
ALI and IIL Guidelines.
Summary.
Interrelationship Between the Model Law and the EC Regulation.
Interrelationship.
COMI.
Establishment.
Date of Recognition of COMI.
EC Regulation.
Predilection of Insolvency Laws.
Changes to EC Regulation Since Model Law.
Other Comments.
Reconciliation—ALI and LLI Guidelines.
Summary.
Current Proposals Which May Affect the Model Law.
Model Law Concepts.
Directors’ Obligations.
Enterprise Groups.
Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.
Financial Institutions.
Recognition of Foreign Insolvency Judgments.
Conclusion.
Conclusions.
Present Status of Model Law.
Does the Model Law Achieve Its Objectives? .
Factors Giving Rise to Inconsistencies.
Bibliography.
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