This chapter looks at what happens when a debtor dies prior to
initiating an IVA, during the initiating procedures and during the
course of the IVA. It considers the difficulties presented by the
badly worded legislation and what this means in practice. It further
considers issues of incapacity and finally takes a brief look at the
rules governing the taxation of IVAs.
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