Guide to Company Liquidation (eBook)
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Guide to Company Liquidation an authoritative work providing up-to-date, clear and practical guidance on the law relating to Company Liquidation in New Zealand.
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This practical guide includes commentary on a plethora of significant issues concerning company liquidation, covering topics such as the liquidation process, the effect of liquidation, the powers and the rights of liquidators, and the liability of related companies.
This work will be of use to anyone requiring a better understanding of their law relating to company liquidation, but at the same time will provide an excellent primary reference tool for practitioners and other professionals who need a more detailed in-depth treatment of the subject matter.
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