Canadian Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law - Bill C-55, Statute c.47 and Beyond, Student Edition
How Will Reforms Change the Law? Canadian bankruptcy law faces a unique situation. Statute c.47 was enacted in late 2005 but has not yet come into force. The "2007 Amending Bill" now calls for substantial amendments to the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act , the Companies Creditors Arrangement Act , and Statute c.47.
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