Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including a general overview; types of liquidation and reorganisation processes; insolvency tests and filing requirements; directors’ and officers’ regime; stays of proceedings and moratoria; doing business during reorganisations; asset sales; creditor remedies, involvement and proving claims; security; clawback and related-party transactions; treatment of groups of companies; international cases; and recent trends.
Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including an overview of the legal system; registration and recording; treatment of foreign owners and tenants and of commercial versus residential property; planning and land use; compulsory purchase or condemnation of real estate; bankruptcy and insolvency; use of investment vehicles; acquisitions and leases, including environmental considerations; financing; and recent trends.
Editor: Christopher B. Strong
The Oil and Gas Law Review is a practical overview of the legal and regulatory regimes governing the oil and gas industry in key jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments, it is a useful reference point for those navigating major issues such as licensing requirements, tax liabilities, environmental regulations, foreign investment restrictions and much more.