Insolvency is a financial condition — an inability to pay one's debts — that can lead to the winding-up of a company and to the bankruptcy of an individual. This chapter focuses on insolvency principles. It discusses the structure and process of insolvency; the estate of the insolvent and its distribution; and the powers and liabilities of liquidators, trustees-in-bankruptcy, administrators, and administrative receivers.
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