Similar words: solvency, insolvent, solvent, insolence, solve, absolve, resolve, dissolve. Meaning: [ɪn'sɑlvənsɪ /-'sɒl-] n. the lack of financial resources.
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1. The company is close to insolvency.
2. The rules applying to such proceedings are the Insolvency Rules 1986.
3. On 21 February 1990 the Ledingham-Smiths consulted an insolvency practitioner and the accountants ceased to act for them.
4. A million families have insolvency hanging over them as their mortgage debts have grown greater than the values of their homes.
5. The thrifts, many of which were forced into insolvency, say the change violated contractual promises that federal thrift regulators.
6. The first is that the risk of insolvency diminishes with increased size.
7. The section extends to insolvency practitioners and directors and managers.
8. It is clear that not all the insolvency procedures are applicable to unregistered companies.
9. Specialist work Solicitors wishing to work as insolvency practitioners require to be licensed by the Law Society individually.
10. The haulier should look for an insolvency practitioner able to give up-to-date and detailed advice in accordance with the new law.
11. Public record information from official gazettes and the insolvency service also appear on record.
12. The words of the Insolvency Act 1986 do not fetter the court's discretion in any way.
13. There is a crying need for an international insolvency convention.
14. A dishonoured Note is normally quickly followed by insolvency proceedings.
15. If an insolvency practitioner is to be appointed, his consent to act must be referred to in the affidavit.
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16. If they make a loss, management committees could be held liable personally under insolvency regulations for any such losses.
17. Such dramatic changes in the law make the need for expert guidance in matters of corporate and personal insolvency essential.
18. Money from the fund was payable to depositors on the insolvency of a recognised bank or licensed institution.
19. It has a large practice with commercial and investment banking clients and does extensive work in insolvency and real estate.
20. Under the bill the House passed yesterday, individuals still would not have to prove insolvency.
21. Members working in the reserved areas of audit, investment business and insolvency.
22. Providers: Institute or independent of the Institute Subject matter: Specialisation in particular accounting related field eg insolvency, taxation.
23. Inducements were offered to the debtor to confess his insolvency and be frank in his discussion of assets.
24. Many firms had borrowed heavily to cover their losses, driving government banks into insolvency.
25. The next question is the tenacity of a trust in the event of insolvency.
26. The latest piece of legislation on the subject - the Insolvency Act 1986 - is massive in scope and in length.
27. No person can be appointed as trustee unless he is a qualified insolvency practitioner.
28. Thus administrative receivers must be qualified to act as insolvency practitioners and can only be removed from office by the court.
29. Mr. Moss, for the applicants, went through all the provisions of the Insolvency Act 1986 relating to administrative receivers.
30. In that capacity he would be acting as an insolvency practitioner and must be qualified so to act.
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