The 2017 Annotated Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
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978-0-7798-9016-3
Book S.O. Annual/biannual/biennial
New editions supplied twice per year on standing order subscription
Approximately 2080 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2019-05-14
Carswell

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The 2019 Annotated Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
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Description

Use this quick reference for immediate access to primary law and concise commentary on bankruptcy, insolvency, and restructuring

Always up to date – two editions a year

The Annotated Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act continues to be the resource you can rely on for authoritative guidance and current law and policy at a moment's notice. This practical softcover is a condensed version of the five-volume classic Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law of Canada, 4th Edition. It's the perfect quick reference you can rely on for immediate access to primary law and concise commentary.

Features include:

  • Full text of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
  • In-depth commentary and case annotations for each section of the Act that explains how the legislation applies in practice
  • An individual Table of Contents for the General Rules under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act
  • Full text of federal legislation, including the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act, the Wage Earner Protection Program Act and Regulations, and the Farm Debt Mediation Act
  • Position papers and directives issued by the federal Superintendent of Bankruptcy, preceded by a Table of Contents for ease of reference
  • A comprehensive Index to the legislation, commentary, forms, precedents, tariffs, and Superintendent of Bankruptcy policy statements and directives
Additional information: Table of Contents (PDF) and Brochure (PDF)

New in this Edition

This release includes all recent legislative amendments. Also included is the following recent case law dealing with the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act:

  • Re Saran (2018 ONSC)
  • Syndic de Gestion PR Maintenance inc. (2018 QCCS)
  • Re Hammad (2018 ABQB)
  • Rosas v. Toca (2018 BCCA)
  • Third Eye Capital Corporation v. Ressources Dianor Inc./Dianor Resources Inc. (2018 ONCA)
  • Re Wadden (2018 NSSC)
  • Re MacIntyre (2018 ABQB)
  • Esfahani v. Samimi (2018 ONCA)
  • Century Services Corp. v. LeRoy (2018 BCCA)
  • Babcock v. Murano (2018 ONSC)
  • Re Siler (2018 ABQB)
  • Business Development Bank of Canada v. Pine Tree Resorts Inc. (2013 ONCA)
  • Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc. v. Wedgemount Power Limited Partnership (2018 BCCA)
  • Reciprocal Opportunities Incorporated v. Sikh Lehar International Organization (2018 ONCA)
About the Author
Dr. Janis P. Sarra is Professor of Law, University of British Columbia Faculty of Law, Vancouver, Canada. She received her LL.B., LL.M. and S.J.D. at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, and a B.A. and M.A. in political economy, also from University of Toronto. She holds the Honourable Lloyd Houlden Fellowship for 2007-2008. She served as Associate Dean of the Faculty of Law from 2003 to 2007 and was Senator of the University from 2003 to 2008. In 2004, she was awarded title of Distinguished University Scholar for her scholarship in corporate and securities law. Dr. Sarra teaches corporate finance, commercial insolvency law, corporate law, securities law, contract law and law and economics at the UBC Faculty of Law. Dr. Sarra was one of two INSOL International Scholars for 2006-2007 and was awarded the UBC Alumni Research Award in 2007.
Mr. Justice Geoffrey B. Morawetz was appointed to the bench of the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario in 2005. Prior to his appointment, he was a partner with the firm Goodmans LLP, practising primarily in the areas of corporate restructuring, insolvency litigation and secured transactions. He is a member of the Insolvency Institute of Canada and is a past Chair of the Insolvency Section of the Ontario Bar Association. He is a frequent lecturer and is the author of several legal publications.

The Late Honourable Mr. Justice Lloyd W. Houlden was the Chairman of Gardiner Roberts LLP in Toronto, Ontario. He was appointed to the bench in 1969 as a Justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario and was subsequently elevated to the Ontario Court of Appeal in 1974, from which he retired in 1997. As a justice of the Supreme Court of Ontario and the Ontario Court of Appeal, he sat on most of Canada's major insolvency and restructuring cases.