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Corporate Rescue Procedures in France

By Anker Sorensen, Paul J. Omar


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This valuable guide offers detailed, practical advice to decision-makers in companies and businesses interested in market conditions in France, as well as to lawyers advising on the rules which affect insolvency and corporate rescue procedures in France.

Corporate Rescue Procedures in France provides a detailed and accessible analysis of all major issues in French insolvency law and practice. Areas covered in depth include:

  • the new regime for corporate voluntary agreements
  • the relative rights of creditors and their debtor
  • the take-over and rescue of insolvent companies
  • the liabilities of directors and the new European Insolvency Conventions

    The book also includes comprehensive tables of statutory materials and case law, as well as appendices giving details on legislation, timetables and procedural formalities.

    `The book will be positively welcomed by practitioners as well as any businesses or persons whose activities in France require a good practical knowledge of the rules applicable to insolvency. '--Jean-Pierre Mattei, President of the Commercial Court of Paris.

  • Publish Date 11/01/1996
    Publish Frequency As Needed
    Product Line Kluwer Law International
    ISBN 9789041109415
    SKU 10057562-0001
    Table of Contents
    1. The Economics of Corporate Rescue
    2. Corporate Rescue Definitions
    3. History of Corporate Rescue Legislation
    4. Diagnosing Corporate Decline
    5. Corporate Voluntary Agreements
    6. Insolvency
    7. Initiating Insolvency Procedures
    8. The Observation Period
    9. Ascertaining Assets and Liabilities
    10. Corporate Rescue Plans
    11. The Continuation Plan
    12. The Sales Plan
    13. Liquidation
    14. Appeals
    15. Creditors: Introduction and Procedure
    16. Creditors: Specific issues
    17. Employees and Social Legislation
    18. Directors and Officers
    19. Foreign Investment and Legislation
    20. Merger Control Legislation
    21. International Insolvencies
    22. The European Insolvency Convention