Finch, Vanessa (2011) Pre-packaged administrations and the construction of propriety. Journal of Corporate Law Studies, 11 (1). pp. 1-31. ISSN 1473-5970
The pre-pack remains a controversial process in spite of sustained attempts to improve relevant control mechanisms so as to boost its acceptability. Pre-packs are intrinsically difficult to regulate and a particular problem is that different controls may operate with divergent conceptions of propriety—of what constitutes fair and appropriate treatment for parties affected by pre-packs. The potential result of such divergencies is a degree of confusion that may undermine the pre-pack as a rescue mechanism that merits broad approval. There are, nevertheless, numerous strategies that can be used for bringing different pre-pack controls into alignment, and of particular value may be approaches that simplify institutional structures and see the processes of entry into administration as opportunities for resolving differences of perspective. For lawyers, these considerations may point to the need for the courts to play a facilitating role and to oversee pre-packs in a way that harmonises different control systems and fosters common understandings regarding propriety within pre-packs.
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|Library of Congress subject classification:||K Law > K Law (General)|
|Sets:||Departments > Law|
|Date Deposited:||19 Apr 2011 15:55|
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