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Ruin and Redemption is the first full-length study of the origins of Canadian bankruptcy law, making it an important contribution to the study of Canada's commercial law.
Chapter 1: Ideas, Interests, and Institutions -- PART I 1867-1880. Chapter 2: The Constitutional and Legislative History 1867-1880 -- Chapter 3: The Rise and Fall of Bankruptcy Law 1867-1880: The Equitable Distribution of Assets -- Chapter 4: The Repeal of Bankruptcy Law 1867-1880: The Discharge -- Chapter 5: The Role of Institutions 1867-1880 -- PART II 1880-1903. Chapter 6: Living With Repeal and the Failure of Federal Reform: 1880-1903 -- Chapter 7: The Constitutional Question and the Impact of Federalism: 1880-1903 -- Chapter 8: The Bankruptcy Law Debates: 1880-1903 -- PART III 1903-1919. Chapter 9: Reform Achieved: The Bankruptcy Act of 1919 -- Chapter 10: Conclusion -- Appendix to Chapter 6.
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