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Business rescue in South Africa : an exploration of business rescue and the role of the business rescue practitioner.
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A critical analysis of the effectiveness of the business rescue regime as a mechanism for corporate rescue.
Almost eight years after the enactment of the business rescue regime under the Companies Act 71 of 2008, and a plethora of judgments which have probed and prodded its provisions, it is an opportune time to ascertain whether ...
A discussion of the success and failures of business rescue as a remedy for ailing companies.
Companies are constantly facing risks, including financial constraints, which may contribute to companies being unable to trade in the manner desired. Unfortunately, companies that find themselves in this predicament have, ...
The effects of business rescue on the companies’ stakeholders : a comparative analysis between business rescue and judicial management.
Upon the recognition that the implementation of the judicial management process would not be the success that it was anticipated it would be, it became apparent that there was need for a system of corporate rescue appropriate ...
Business rescue a success or a failure? An analysis on the effectiveness of business rescue in South Africa.
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The requirements of business rescue proceedings in South Africa: a critical analysis of ‘reasonable prospect’ in light of business rescue proceedings in terms of Companies Act 71 of 2008.
This paper will analyse the requirements of business rescue as provided in the Companies Act 71 of 2008 (hereinafter referred to as Companies Act 2008). During the course of the discussion the paper will also provide an ...
Business rescue: a delay tactic for liquidation?
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The ranking of creditors’ claims during business rescue proceedings as envisaged in the Companies Act 71 of 2008.
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