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The continuing institution of receivership and its relationshiip to other security enforcement tools and recovery devices in English law.

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The continuing institution of receivership and its relationshiip to other security enforcement tools and recovery devices in English law. / Milman, David.

In: Sweet and Maxwell's Company Law Newsletter, No. 247, 05.03.2009.

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title = "The continuing institution of receivership and its relationshiip to other security enforcement tools and recovery devices in English law.",
abstract = "Reports of the death of receivership have turned out to be an exaggeration. True, the Enterprise Act 2002 has clipped the wings of this venerable institution in the context of administrative receivership, but there has always been more to receivership (an equitable concept) than administrative receivership (a clumsy statutory concept)",
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