Administration Guidelines*Preview

The RMCSC Guidelines Version 5 - include the Insolvency Rules 2016. Which come into effective for all appointments after 6th April 2017.

For your reference a downloadable copy of the index below is available on the RMCSC Guidelines for Insolvency Practitioners page. From this page you can also download Version 4 of the guidelines as an example of the way in which our guidelines are written

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Index

Ref Section heading Subheadings
1.1.1 Pre appointment General
1.2.1 Appointment by company or directors
1.3.1 Appointment by holder of qualifying floating charge
1.4.1 Appointment by the court
1.5.1 Prepack
2.1.1 Appointment General
2.2.1 Effect of administration
2.3.1 Notice of appointment
2.4.1 Statement of affairs
2.5.1 Proposals
2.6.1 Decision from creditors
3.1.1 Decision making process General
3.2.1 Virtual meeting
3.3.1 Excluded persons
3.4.1 Deemed consent
3.5.1 Correspondence
3.6.1 Physical meeting
3.7.1 Electronic voting
3.8.1 Proxies
4.1.1 Communication General
4.2.1 Content of notices
4.3.1 Opting out
4.4.1 Electronic delivery of notices
4.5.1 Use of website to deliver a document
5.1.1 Asset realisation General
5.2.1 Secured creditors & 3 rd party property
6.1.1 Cash book
7.1.1 Creditors’ committee
8.1.1 Preferential creditors
9.1.1 Unsecured creditors General
9.2.1 Small creditors
9.3.1 Prescribed part
10.1.1 Secured creditors
11.1.1 Investigations and antecedent transactions General
11.2.1 Transactions at an undervalue
11.3.1 Preferences
11.4.1 Extortionate credit transactions
11.5.1 Transactions defrauding creditors
11.6.1 Invalid floating charge
11.7.1 Fraudulent trading
11.8.1 Wrongful trading
11.9.1 Power to assign
12.1.1 Directors General
12.2.1 Disqualification reports
13.1.1 Administrator General
13.2.1 Progress reports
13.3.1 Remuneration
13.4.1 Pre administration remuneration
13.5.1 Disbursements
13.6.1 Complaints
13.7.1 Discharge from liability
14.1.1 Dividends
15.1.1 Tax
16.1.1 Case closure General
16.2.1 Extension of the administration
16.3.1 Automatic closure
16.4.1 Purpose of the administration sufficiently achieved
16.5.1 Court end of administration
16.6.1 Moving from administration to creditors’ voluntary liquidation
16.7.1 Moving from administration to dissolution
17.1.1 Reference General
17.2.1 Abbreviations

Caroline Clark's insolvency career started over 30 years ago and since 1994 she has specialised in insolvency compliance and regulation.

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