Providing updates and commentary on worldwide restructuring and bankruptcy legislation
You may be forgiven for convinced that the Bills of Sale Acts of 1878 and 1882 could have been repealed right now, or could never ever connect with you, over 130 years once they had been drafted. However if you’ve ever bought a second-hand vehicle (or, if you’re lucky enough become purchasing pieces of art or borrowing against your coins), you will be incorrect.
Bills of sale can be given by people or unincorporated organizations (such as for example partnerships) as a kind of protection in terms of moveable products which the average person or unincorporated business sells, while keeping control. Continue reading “International Restructuring Watch. Action Apart, Payday Advances: There’s a vintage Kid in Town”