This is the most comprehensive book focusing on the law and practice of Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) bringing together analysis of the recent case law and legislation in one volume.
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This is the most comprehensive book focusing on the law and practice of Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs), bringing together analysis of the recent case law and legislation in one volume.
CVAs originated in the 1980s as a simple restructuring tool for small businesses, but are now used in a wide variety of contexts, including by companies with real estate leasehold liabilities. Many high profile businesses have sought to take advantage of the flexibility of the procedure, and this has increased in light of the difficulties caused by the Covid 19 pandemic. The book considers recent judgments such as Debenhams, New Look, and Regis, drawing out the legal
principles that have been applied. Practical aspects relating to CVAs are considered in the context of the law including consideration of the relative benefits and disadvantages of a CVA, as compared with the new restructuring plan procedure under Part 26A of the Companies Act 2006.
Written by leading restructuring lawyers in the UK (in consultation with insolvency practitioners and accountants), UK property counsel and international counsel from Ireland, the USA and Canada.
This work is an essential resource for all insolvency and restructuring professionals, private equity investors, special situations investment and real estate funds, property agents and advisers, management teams and academics.