Crutchfield's Voluntary Administration

Crutchfield's Voluntary Administration

By Colin Anderson, David Morrison


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Date: 25/05/2012

Code: 30113422

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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With market focus on insolvency – and recovery – this subscription service is particularly useful. The VA procedure has been a successful innovation which is a central feature of Australian insolvency law. With VA increasingly accepted and used, Crutchfield’s Voluntary Administration is unique in focusing on its specific requirements. 
The service combines a detailed annotated version of Part 5.3A of the Corporations Act 2001 with guiding topic-based commentary. Both analysis and annotations are geared to the range of practice, addressing judicial interpretation and the regulatory requirements of VA. 
Building on their highly regarded forerunner text (2003), Colin Anderson and David Morrison provide analysis which also takes account of the current practice landscape, including wide ranging legislative reforms implemented by successive Governments and changes effected by case law.
Publication in quickly updating formats supports responsiveness to ongoing reform. Online delivery also enhances easy access to related content, particularly case law (subject to separate subscription), as well as to included ASIC materials such as relevant Regulatory Guides, Class Orders and Forms. 
* Corporations and Markets Advisory Committee (CAMAC), “Rehabilitating large and complex enterprises in financial difficulties report”, 2004: 
"The aim of any corporate recovery process is to give financially distressed enterprises that may still be viable in the longer term a realistic opportunity to overcome their financial problems and continue in business. The return of an enterprise to profitability rather than winding it up may benefit a range of affected parties, including financiers, suppliers, employees and shareholders….Voluntary Administration (VA) has 
emerged as the principal corporate rehabilitation procedure in Australia ….”


  • Section by section guide to Part 5.3A and Schedule 2 of the Corporations Act;
  • Commentary on the following areas: issues for stakeholders in voluntary administration; creditor’s meetings and related matters in relation to Pt 5.3A; the Administrator’s Powers of Examination; cross border insolvency issues and Part 5.3A; and an overview of the rescue regimes of the United States and United Kingdom; 
  • Extracts of related legislative provisions from the Corporations Act and the Regulations;
  • Cross-border insolvency legislation; 
  • Regulatory materials from ASIC including the relevant Forms, Regulatory Guides, Class Orders.

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