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The rights and duties of liquidators, trustees and receivers

D. F. de l"Hoste Ranking

The rights and duties of liquidators, trustees and receivers

by D. F. de l"Hoste Ranking

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Published by H.F.L in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed. 1941.

Statementby D. F. de L"Hoste Ranking, E. E. Spicer and E. C. Pegler.
ContributionsSpicer, E. E., Pegler, Ernest Charles., Wilson, Hugh Alexander Robert James., Penfold, R. D.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxv, 452p. ;
Number of Pages452
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23134309M

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  Information Book 6 – Creditors Information Book 7 – Liquidators, Receivers and Examiners In addition to information on the relevant duties and powers, each book also contains information on the penalties for failure to comply with the Companies Act. Each book has been prepared for use by a non-professional audience in order to make the - Lo Res (web) pdf. On 31 March , the Supreme Court of WA appointed the liquidators (without security) as the receivers and managers of the property of the Trust (Liquidators). Between 7 July and 3 December , the Commonwealth advanced funds to the Liquidators in order to allow them to make payments to the priority creditors of the Company under the


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