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Principles of the bankrupt law

Archibald Cullen

Principles of the bankrupt law

by Archibald Cullen

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Published by Printed by A. Strahan ... for T. Cadell and W. Davies ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bankruptcy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Archibald Cullen ...
    ContributionsGreene, Richard W. (Richard Ward), 1792-1875, former owner
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKD2149 .C85 1800
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, [12], 477, [15] p. ;
    Number of Pages477
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25135367M
    LC Control Number08036442

    other creditors - but may also reduce the net value of the bankrupt company because of piecemeal liquidation. The possible conflict of these two principles should be one of the basic problems to be discussed by any economic analysis of bankruptcy law. Most lawyers and economists acknowledge the existence of such a conflict. An additional point that should be made about the bankruptcy law is that the source of all bankruptcy law in the U.S. is solely federal law. The federal bankruptcy code (Chapter 11 of the U.S. Code) is the only allowable piece of legislation in the area of bankruptcy as Congress has shown a clear intent to usurp the authority for creating.

    In a country of vast commercial transactions one of the first enactments of its Government should be a uniform Bankrupt law. We have existed as a Government nearly a century and are still without. in their new book Bankrupt and/or had a population that was already familiar with basic principles of the transplanted law have more effective legality than countries that received foreign law.

    Sec. In General. In an involuntary petition it is necessary for the creditors to allege some act of shall constitute an act of bankruptcy is set out specifically by the law. Our National Bankruptcy Law provides that a debtor may be made an involuntary bankrupt when an act of bankruptcy has been committed by him. It is not enough that a debtor be unable to pay his debts. The characteristic function of bankruptcy law, I say, is to recharacterize the mode in which an investor’s relationship to a distressed firm is governed. In particular, bankruptcy frequently toggles the protection of an investor’s economic interests from a property rule, in .


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