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Creditors’ and Debtors’ Rights

2018

FEBRUARY 01

Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Debtor and Creditor

This valuable title deals with the collection by unsecured creditors of debts owed by solvent debtors and discusses the federal-provincial overlap in the area of insolvency that results in many provincial statutes having application to insolvent debtors.

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2015

MAY 20

Mortgages Must Be Enforced In Region of Property

2012

OCTOBER 26

Commercial Debt Collection in Canada: A Legal Handbook, 2012, Contributor

There are ten provinces in Canada and three territories, each with separate Rules of Procedure. There are two distinct legal regimes, namely the common law and the civil law of Quebec. This overview of the Canadian jurisdictions provides a timely and practical guide to enforcing creditor rights.

The focus of Commercial Debt Collection in CanadaA Legal Handbook is on decreasing the trade risk by understanding the procedures available for trade creditors. The analysis by commercial lawyers of various topics and provincial jurisdictions is practical not only for exporters involved in the cross border and inter-provincial commerce, but also for attorneys, export insurers, financial institutions, and collections’ agencies whose clients conduct business in Canada.

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OCTOBER 26

Commercial Debt Collection in Canada: A Legal Handbook, 2012, Contributor

There are ten provinces in Canada and three territories, each with separate Rules of Procedure. There are two distinct legal regimes, namely the common law and the civil law of Quebec. This overview of the Canadian jurisdictions provides a timely and practical guide to enforcing creditor rights.

The focus of Commercial Debt Collection in CanadaA Legal Handbook is on decreasing the trade risk by understanding the procedures available for trade creditors. The analysis by commercial lawyers of various topics and provincial jurisdictions is practical not only for exporters involved in the cross border and inter-provincial commerce, but also for attorneys, export insurers, financial institutions, and collections’ agencies whose clients conduct business in Canada.

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2005

JANUARY 10

Electronic Service Protocol Brings Unwelcome Substantive Change

Electronic Service Protocol Brings Unwelcome Substantive Change for Canadian Restructurings in the Guise of Procedural Recommendation.

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2001

DECEMBER 31

Interim Receiver Under s.47

The Interim Receiver Under s.47 of the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (Canada)

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