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Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Family Law, 2nd Edition
Par : Robert A. Klotz, B.Sc. (Maths), J.D., LL.M.
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Already cited in the case law (Nelson v. Nelson (Alta. Q.B.)), this supplemented service is a guide to every legal issue that arises when family law interacts with debtor-creditor or bankruptcy law and includes discussion of more than 1,000 new and unreported cases. It sets out the conceptual structure for resolving all of these issues, along with in-depth analysis of all of the legislation and jurisprudence - both Canadian and common law, reported and unreported, English and French - that bears on the topic. All provincial nuances are discussed, such as British Columbia's unique priority rules, Newfoundland's deemed joint ownership of the matrimonial home, Quebec's dual proprietary remedies and Alberta's highly discretionary division remedy. The scope is also international, as the text covers relevant case law from all other common law jurisdictions.
À propos de l'auteur
Robert A. Klotz practises law in the Toronto firm of Klotz Associates, Barristers & Solicitors. His practice focuses primarily in bankruptcy and insolvency, commercial litigation and international law. He received his B.Sc. (Maths) and J.D. from the University of Toronto, and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1981. He received an LL.M. in International Business Law from Osgoode Hall in 1992. Mr. Klotz has served as the chair of the Insolvency Section of the Canadian Bar Association, chair of the Ontario Bar Association Insolvency Section, and President of the International Bankruptcy Commission of the Union Internationale des Avocats. He was a member, 1993-1996, of the International Insolvency Working Group of the federal government's Bankruptcy and Insolvency Advisory Committee (BIAC), which originated Canada's current international insolvency legislation. Recently he served as an appointed member of the federal Personal Insolvency Task Force (PITF). He has testified on several occasions before Parliament on insolvency reform, and participated as an Observer at the U.N. deliberations on the UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency. Mr. Klotz is the author of Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Family Law, 2nd Edition.