1 General Insolvency Inquiry [i] (1987)

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                                            The Law

                                              Reform

                                        Commission

                                    Discussion Paper No 32
                                             August 1987

             GENERAL INSOLVENCY INQUIRY

This is a Discussion Paper, not a report. It outlines the Com-
mission's proposals for reform of insolvency law. The proposals
are not the Commission's final conclusions. A separate Appendix
contains draft legislation. Your submissions would be welcome.
All submissions will be taken into account in preparing the Com-
mission's report.

If you want your submission to be treated as confidential, clearly
mark it 'Confidential'. However, submissions may have to be re-
leased under the Freedom of Information Act 1982.

As far as possible submissions should be related to paragraph num-
bers in the Discussion Paper.

Submissions and comments should be received by 30 November
1987.

All inquiries and comments should be directed to -
The Secretary
Australian Law Reform Commission
99 Elizabeth Street
SYDNEY (Telephone: (02) 231 1733)
(GPO Box 3708, Sydney 2001)
(Vocadex (02) 223 1203)

Commission Reference ALRC DP 32
Commissioner in Charge of the Reference: Ronald Harmer
Commissioner assisting on the Reference: Richard Fisher
Legal staff: Wendy Amigo, Peter Hennessy, Vincent Jewell

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