The information needs of the bankruptcy specialist are brought together in this service which has no direct competitor in the market. The layout of the work is well set out and logically follows the structure of the Acts, Rules and Regulations. The annotations are written by leading practitioners in this area who analyse the practical and legal significance of bankruptcy reform, legislative and case law developments. It is the definitive service in this area and is used by the majority of judges and barristers.
Online legislative amendments are available to subscribers often on commencement of the relevant provisions, or within a month of commencement in paper. Subscribers can be confident that legislation is current with approximately 12 -13 updates throughout the year. Forms approved by the Inspector-General and recommended for use by Registrars, Official Receivers and Trustees are published in the service. The Insolvency and Trustee Service Australia (ITSA) forms have a downloadable link to the form.
The Australian Bankruptcy Cases (New Series) has no competitor in the market. The authors select the cases and their crafted headnotes provide a concise synopsis of judgments from the Federal Magistrate’s Court, Federal Court and State Supreme Courts (and occasionally the High Court) saving the practitioner valuable research time.
As the Recent Developments and Recommended Reading sections keep subscribers abreast of change and development in bankruptcy this removes the need to consult other sources.
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