Private Receivers of Companies in New Zealand, 3rd edition - LN Red Book

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Author(s): Rt. Hon Peter Blanchard and Assoc Prof. Michael Gedye


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A successor to The Law of Company Receiverships in New Zealand and Australia. Since the last edition of that work appeared in 1994, the New Zealand statute law concerning the security interests under which receivers are appointed has substantially diverged from that in Australia. This book deals specifically with New Zealand law and covers: The Personal Property Securities Act 1999, in force from 1 May 2002; the amendments to the Receiverships Act and the Companies Act, which came into force on 1 November 2007, and the new Property Law Act 2007, in force from 1 January 2008 (which has amended both the other statutes and the Personal Property Securities Act).

Table of contents

Chapter One - SECURITY INTERESTS OVER CORPORATE ASSETS
Chapter Two - THE NATURE OF RECEIVERSHIP
Chapter Three - THE APPOINTMENT OF A RECEIVER
Chapter Four - INVALID SECURITY INTERESTS AND APPOINTMENTS
Chapter Five - PRIORITY BETWEEN COMPETING SECURITY INTERESTS
Chapter Six - REMUNERATION, EXPENSES AND INDEMNITY
Chapter Seven - PREFERENTIAL CLAIMS
Chapter Eight - CLAIMS BY THE CROWN
Chapter Nine - OTHER PRIORITY SITUATIONS
Chapter Ten - CONDUCT AND POWERS OF RECEIVER
Chapter Eleven - DUTIES AND LIABILITIES OF RECEIVERS
Chapter Twelve - THE EFFECT OF LIQUIDATION
Appendix 1: The Character and Operation of Floating Charges (363)
Appendix 2: Receiverships Act 1993 (369)
Appendix 3: Seventh Schedule to the Companies Act 1993 (403)