The Law and Practice of Corporate Receivership in Malaysia and Singapore

Lim Tian Huat, who is head of our Kuala Lumpur office, is a co-author of this informative guide first published by Butterworth's Asia in 1997. The book provides a pragmatic discussion of the powers, duties and liabilities of company receivers and managers, accompanied by legal commentary on all aspects of the relevant law.

Developments which are now entrenched in the conduct of receiverships in this region have previously been compiled and consolidated into a single volume of work which could be used as a principal source of reference by insolvency practitioners and lawyers alike. This book fills that vacuum.

The authors strike an appealing balance between law and practice by approaching the undertaking in collaboration with a legal professional.

In addition to decided cases in the UK, Australia and Canada, all major reported decisions involving receivers and managers in Malaysia and Singapore are cited and analysed. The book also examines positively areas inviting statutory reform for the improvement of the practice.

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