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Bankruptcy in Canada, Fifth Edition
Honsberger's Bankruptcy in Canada, Fifth Edition
ISBN/ISSN/Product Number: 978-0-7798-7982-3
Product Type: Book
Number of Pages: 1000 pages
Number of Volumes: 1 volume bound
Binding: hardcover
Publication Date: 2017-07-28
Publisher: Canada Law Book
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Own the seminal work trusted by generations of insolvency lawyers

In 1922, the first edition of Bankruptcy Law in Canada found pride of place on the shelves of Canadian insolvency practitioners. Now nearly a century later, the new Fifth Edition of Honsberger’s Bankruptcy in Canada is destined to become an invaluable resource for the insolvency community – a trusted authority for those who deal with bankruptcy problems on a daily basis and those who need occasional guidance.

Honsberger’s Bankruptcy in Canada, Fifth Edition is thorough and comprehensive, but also understandable and eminently readable. In clearly written prose, the authors articulate not just the principles, but the history and adaptations underlying the principles, along with practical insight and guidance.

Rather than follow the Act section by section, the authors have gathered relevant elements by concept and theme. Practitioners and jurists, with their heavily underlined copies of the previous edition, will welcome both the logical new organization and the updated examination.

 

New in this edition

The new edition examines developments that directly affect practice in this complex area:

  • Updated cases, including recent relevant U.S., New Zealand, Australia and U.K. cases
  • New sections on environmental law, including a discussion of the Paris Climate Treaty and its impact on bankruptcy law in Canada
  • New sections dealing with the legal status of First Nations and the impact this will have on the bankruptcies of First Nations and the ability of First Nations to file Proposals under the BIA
About the Author
John D. Honsberger, Q.C., L.S.M., Barrister-at-law (Osgoode), concentrates his practice on bankruptcy and insolvency law. He has been a part-time teacher, actively involved in law reform – nationally and internationally – written numerous books and articles on Canadian law and legal history – and is the longtime editor of the Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette. He was awarded the Mundell Medal by the Attorney General of Ontario in recognition of his contribution to legal literature over the past 50 years and he is the first recipient of the Ontario Law Society Medal. He is the co-author with Vern W. DaRe of Debt Restructuring: Principles and Practice and Bankruptcy in Canada, Fourth Edition (Canada Law Book). In 1999, the Law Society of Upper Canada named its archives reading room as the John Honsberger Reading Room.
Vern W. DaRe, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., B.C.L. (Oxon), Dip. In Law (Oxon), M.Sc. Econ. (LSE), focuses his practice at Fogler, Rubinoff LLP exclusively on bankruptcy and insolvency law and creditor and debtor rights. He is also an Adjunct Law Professor at the University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Law, teaching courses in bankruptcy and insolvency law and corporate reorganization. Before joining Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, Mr. DaRe was with national and regional law firms and insolvency boutiques in Halifax and Toronto. Mr. DaRe writes extensively in the area of bankruptcy and insolvency, and several of his articles have been cited by courts. He is also the co-author of Debt Restructuring: Principles and Practice and Bankruptcy in Canada, Fourth Edition (Canada Law Book), and the contributing editor to Falconbridge on Mortgages (Canada Law Book).
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