With the editorial provided by Nick Taylor, this edition focuses on some of the recent procedural and substantive developments in personal insolvency law, including Louis Doyle QC's piece on the jurisdictional basis for the presentation of a creditor's bankruptcy petition in light of the amendment of s.265 of the Insolvency Act 1986 following Brexit, and Laura Gould's offering on the perennial problem of combining claims under the 1986 Act with other causes of action, as analysed recently by the Chief ICC Judge in Manolete v Hayward (2021). In addition, in this issue there are further case notes by Laura and a piece on Edwards v Aurora Leasing (2021) on the meaning of value for s.284 purposes by Eleanor d'Arcy.You can also view Kings Insolvency online here and members of Kings Insolvency Group here
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