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Chapman Tripp | New Zealand | 28 Jul 2016

Liquidator "fabricated" key document - High Court

A High Court finding this month that a liquidator fabricated a key document and failed to account for receipts of over half a million dollars


Chapman Tripp | New Zealand | 2 May 2014

More than one way to recover insolvent transactions but liquidators take care

Liquidators are not limited to the procedure set out in section 295 of the Companies Act to recover a debt once an insolvent transaction has been set


Chapman Tripp | New Zealand | 3 Jul 2013

Due process needed in insolvent transaction recovery

Liquidators must seek a court order to recover an insolvent transaction - even where the creditor has not objected in time to a notice under section


Chapman Tripp | New Zealand | 14 Sep 2011

NZBA deed of priority does not affect mortgagor sales

The Court of Appeal has confirmed that the New Zealand Bankers’ Association (NZBA) deed of priority, widely used in the market, limits a mortgagee’s priority only in a mortgageereceivership sale.


Chapman Tripp | New Zealand | 11 May 2011

All insolvency practitioners to be registered

Registration will be mandatory under the Insolvency Practitioners Bill as reported back to the House by the Commerce Committee.

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