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Bankruptcy series 2003 : treating creditors equitably - voidable transactions
Bib ID 3295634
Format BookBook
Description Melbourne : Leo Cussen Institute, 2003 
1 v. (various pagings) ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 0863947387
Series

Seminar papers (Leo Cussen Institute) ; P03/10.3.

Full contents
  • 1. Treating creditors equitably - voidable transactions / Michael Galvin
  • 2. Recent developments in family law and bankruptcy : the avoidance of antecedent transfers of property upon bankruptcy / Michael Lhuede.
 
Notes

"July 2003".

Includes power-point presentation printouts.

Available with 2 sound cassettes.

Subjects Debtor and creditor -- Australia.  |  Bankruptcy -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Galvin, Michael, 1948-  |  Lhuede, Michael  |  Leo Cussen Institute
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Treating creditors equitably - voidable transactions


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