Insolvency: Winding up in the EU
Recent decisions in the English courts have indicated the extent to which the European Commission Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings, adopted on 31 May 2000, has changed the insolvency regime in the EU, explains David Marks
The European Commission (EC) Regulation on Insolvency Proceedings adopted on 31 May, 2000 reflects the drive to regulate the conduct of insolvency proceedings as between member states and the European Community. It has had direct effect in the UK since 31 May, 2002.
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