Notice punctuality is much more than a virtue for IPs. Many actions by office-holders (or directors in respect of prospective appointments) require the delivery of a notice to categories of persons (typically creditors), providing certain specified notice periods. The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 formalised the rules around notice, deemed date of delivery and […]
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Insolvency Support Services director Alison Curry will be speaking about “Compliance around the edge” at the R3 Personal Insolvency Forum in Birmingham on 18 June and Huddersfield on 25 June. We’re looking forward to a wide-ranging discussion at the event on the key issues and challenges facing insolvency practitioners in the personal insolvency market in […]
Insolvency Support Services director Eileen Maclean will be speaking on the recent Scottish Protected Trust Deeds and Debt Arrangement Scheme consultations at the upcoming IPA Glasgow Roadshow 2019. It’s gearing up to be a great afternoon of learning, discussing and networking. Hope to see you there. IPA Glasgow Roadshow 2019 13 June 2019 2pm – […]
Insolvency Support Services director Eileen Maclean is delighted to be taking part in the Edinburgh Insolvency Discussion Group (EIDG) Panel Session on 30 May 2019. The event will be held at ICAS’ offices in Haymarket Yards from 17:30. Steven Jansch, Head of Insolvency at Gilson Gray, will be chairing the event. We are looking forward […]
What the Insolvency Service’s new proposals have been learning from Scotland The Insolvency Service has announced plans to introduce a statutory moratorium for individual debtors – a breathing space – and a statutory debt repayment plan (SDRP) in England & Wales. Both provisions draw heavily from their Scottish cousins – the moratorium provisions of the […]
There have been differing interpretations within the profession of the savings provisions contained in The Public Services Reform (Insolvency)(Scotland) Order 2016 and how they apply in conjunction with the new Scottish Rules. The original order may be found here, in which s105 is repealed as of 6th April 2019, subject to Article 15(3) which appeared […]
An aim of the new Rules is to modernise the language of the statute. One of the terms that we wave goodbye to is affidavit, and in its place comes statutory declaration. The language might not be ancient Latin, but it’s still an old and well-established piece of statute that sits behind it, stemming as it […]
The new Rules will come into force on Saturday 6 April 2019. We will be keeping you posted where we can on interpretations and issues in the period of their introduction. First up, we’ve walked through the nomination process to have a look at the timescales involved where an interim liquidator, appointed on 8 April 2019, […]
The new Scottish corporate insolvency rules will come into force on 6 April 2019. At the same time, the final suite of changes to Scottish specific elements of the Insolvency Act 1986 will be enforced with the commencement of the Public Services Reform (Insolvency) (Scotland) Order 2016. Two sets of Rules Due to a partially […]
Insolvency Support Services is proud to be celebrating International Women’s Day (8 March 2019). Today – and every other day of the year – we recognise the vast and vital contribution that our many talented female colleagues and clients make not just to our own business, but also to the insolvency industry throughout the UK.