Taylor Wessing partner Neil Smyth co-authors book focusing on personal insolvency
Neil Smyth, partner at Taylor Wessing, has co-authored a book entitled Personal Insolvency in Practice aimed at professionals as well as those who come across personal insolvency, whether in a practical or theoretical sense.
The book covers all aspects of personal insolvency, including bankruptcy, individual voluntary arrangements, debt relief orders and informal debt arrangements and covers the whole of the UK.
It links in text to statutory or other authority, providing an easy reference guide. It is hoped that the book will serve as a useful navigation tool through the subject of personal insolvency.
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