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Federal & Ontario Insolvency Legislation, 2019-2020 Edition
By: Richard H. McLaren, Professor of Law, H.B.A., LL.B., LL.M., C.Arb.
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Federal and Ontario Insolvency Legislation, 2019-2020 Edition offers practitioners the most thorough collection of laws available.

Federal & Ontario Insolvency Legislation provides a complete legislative compendium of relevant insolvency legislation applicable in Ontario and Federal jurisdictions. This text allows the practitioner to quickly and easily find relevant statutory provisions applicable to their circumstances by offering the most thorough collection of law available on the subject today. Federal & Ontario Insolvency Legislation is an essential resource for any insolvency practitioner.

New in this edition

  • This publication continues to provide a complete and up-to-date consolidation of the Federal Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act, Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act, Garnishment Attachment and Pension Diversion Act, and Winding up and Restructuring Act
  • In addition, there are complete and up-to-date consolidations of vital Ontario Acts, including the Absconding Debtors Act, the Construction Act, Fraudulent Conveyances Act, and Personal Property and Security Act
    • It is important to note that the Construction Act has gone through several changes since 2018; this edition will include both the new and proposed amendments
  • This edition also includes selected provisions from other key Federal and Ontario Acts such as the Bank Act, Canada Business Corporations Act, and Pensions Benefits Act

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About the Author

Richard H. McLaren, Professor of Law, H.B.A. (Western University), LL.B. (Western University), LL.M. (London), C.Arb., joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Western Ontario in 1972 and was Associate Dean from 1979-82. His principle teaching research interests are in the areas of Alternative Dispute Resolution, Contracts, Debtor-Creditor Rights, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, and Commercial and Business Law. He is the Editor, Personal Property Security Act Cases (P.P.S.A.C.), Canadian Co-Reporter and special consultant to American Law Institute’s project on Transnational Insolvency in the three NAFTA countries. He is one of three Canadian academics who are members of the Insolvency Institute of Canada and is the only one who is a member of the American Academy of Commercial Finance Lawyers. Professor McLaren has practical experience as a commercial lawyer, a labour and commercial arbitrator, and mediator. Appointments include: Higher Board of the Euro-Arab Arbitration System; International Court for Sports Arbitration, for whom he was an on site arbitrator at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Japan and at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. He is also the author of Secured Transactions in Personal Property in Canada, 3rd Edition, and The Annotated Ontario Personal Property Security Act, published by Carswell.