Authored by leading experts from across the country, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law in Canada: Cases, Materials, and Problems reimagines the traditional casebook. It includes an instructor’s manual and is offered in conjunction with an illustrated guide featuring helpful visual aids and diagrams. This casebook provides clear, accessible, and detailed textual commentary on the law by using modern and illustrative cases and presents problem-solving exercises to challenge students to do what lawyers are renowned for — provide solutions.
This up-to-date resource fosters an appreciation for the law by analyzing the intellectual, political, and practical importance of bankruptcy legislation, and the manner in which it permeates many aspects of corporate, commercial, and consumer law. In addition to providing an overview of the key issues in contemporary law, this book addresses the procedural aspects involved in different types of bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings, and their impact on debtors and creditors.
This “all-in-one” course package explains and clarifies the interplay of social, economic, and legal issues in the development of modern bankruptcy policy, and it is an invaluable resource for professors, law students, and practitioners seeking to understand the operation of the Canadian bankruptcy system.
Thomas G.W. Telfer