FECHA DE PUBLICACIÓN 29-noviembre-2018
AUTEUR José Luis Luceño Oliva
ISBN 9788430975402
TAMAÑO DEL ARCHIVO: 7,53 MB MB

Page précédente: Canciones i de the beatles
Page suivante: Caperucienta, blancadurmiente. Y que no te lo cuenten


description

Descargar libro SPANISH INSOLVENCY LAW EBOOK del autor JOSE LUIS LUCEÑO OLIVA (ISBN ) en PDF o EPUB completo al MEJOR PRECIO, leer online gratis la sinopsis o resumen, opiniones, críticas y comentarios. The Insolvency Law. Handbook, Practical Cases and Tests has been written to help students to understand and get a better knowledge of the main institutions of Spanish Insolvency Law, scheming each article or group of articles in order to develop and make clear the basic concepts of Insolvency Law. The Handbook includes practical cases, test questions and a brief glossary of terms to make it. The Insolvency Law. Handbook, Practical Cases and Tests has been written to help students to understand and get a better knowledge of the main institutions of Spanish Insolvency Law, scheming each article or group of articles in order to develop and make clear the basic concepts of Insolvency Law. The Handbook includes practical cases, test ques. Taj is the Deloitte Legal practice in France. EU Regulation on insolvency. EU Regulation on insolvency. I. Outline of the key EU Regulations: Insolvency law in the EU is regulated primarily through Regulation No / as updated by Regulation / which comes into effect from 26 June If a company is established in several EU Member States, the opening of insolvency.  · The International Law Handbook was prepared by the Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs under the United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dis-semination and Wider Appreciation of International Law, pursuant to General Assembly resolu-tion 70/ of 14 December Nevertheless, pursuant to Article , employment contracts must be in writing in certain cases (e.g. contracts of workers hired in Spain to work for Spanish companies abroad for a period of time which exceeds four weeks, part-time contracts, fixed-discontinuous contracts or relay contracts, amongst others). Should this requirement not be fulfilled, the contract shall be presumed to have been. intricacies of law and practical issues affecting and arising out of Corporate Restructuring, Valuation as well as Insolvency, aims at through each phase of preparation, stressing upon and dealing, exhaustively with key concepts, legislative aspects and procedures, duly annotated with judicial references. Company Secretaryship being a professional course, the examination standards are set very. The Insolvency Law. Handbook, Practical Cases and Tests has been written to help students to understand and get a better knowledge of the main institutions. A company is considered to be insolvent under English law if it is unable to pay its debts. There are two tests for corporate insolvency: the cash-flow test: is the company currently, or will it in the future, be unable to pay its debts as and when they fall due for payment? the balance sheet test: is the value of the company's assets less than the amount of its liabilities, taking into. This case sets an important precedent in that, arguably, the Regula-tion can now be used to begin insolvency proceedings in an EU ©This article was first published in the PLC Cross-border Restructuring and Insolvency Handbook /06 and is reproduced with the permission of the publisher, Practical Law . Administrative Law is concerned primarily with judicial control of the activities of the executive branch of government. The main topics covered are: (1) the grounds on which decisions and rules made by the executive can be challenged in the court - some of these relate to the substance of the decision or rule and others to the procedure by which it was made; (2) the remedies which can be.