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Practical considerations for Insolvency Practitioners post-Carillion

Published: 31 Aug 2018 Average Rating: 4 / 5 Print
 

Author: Robert Colvin

We consider below why insolvency practitioners (IPs) should also carefully consider the contractual mechanisms triggered on contractor insolvency, as well as some of the practical issues that arise.

 

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