Edition: 4th (July 2010) | Pages: 672
This book addresses a comprehensive study, synthetic and systematic of the Insolvency Act, which has an important CONTRIBUTION OF JURISPRUDENCE duly updated as the various commercial courts, as the Provincial Courts and the Supreme Court, which emerged after more than five years of its entry into force and analyzed by specialists in bankruptcy law, both from the legal side and the audit at any time by giving a practical approach, avoiding thick doctrinal debates, combining with simple language, short paragraphs and affordable for the reader, with technical input and constant references to articles, providing solutions to various practical problems arising from the new rules and determine in each case the criterion established by the courts. The book has numerous marginal references, which facilitate the connection among multiple subtitles that divide the chapters of the same, with a systematic and analytical index, which allows the location alphabetic through the various marginal references, numerous schemes, CHECK LIST TABLES and duly referenced throughout the text. The work has also a select range of forms, which have served their intended use by presenting it in court. Finally, the Practical Guide to Bankruptcy is of interest to all those that relate to the world of business and commerce in general, as well as any other civil debtor close to a bankruptcy, in short, is extremely useful for both the entrepreneurs, and practitioners of law and auditing.
This fourth edition incorporates the reforms introduced by the rules for the implementation of the new judicial office.