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Corporate Insolvency - Passing The Exam
Added: 25.09.2018   |  Tags:  archive  jieb archive
Corporate Insolvency - Passing The Exam
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Case Study: Joining Legal Proceedings During A Moratorium
Added: 29.09.2017   |  Tags:  archive
In the case of Cook v Mortgage Debenture the Court of Appeal considered whether the statutory moratorium prevented a person being joined to proceedings started by a company in administration
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Case Study: Are We Being Served?!
Added: 29.09.2017   |  Tags:  archive
In the case of Morby v Gate Gourmet Luxembourg the High Court considered whether service of a Petition to a debtor who refused to take the document, was valid.
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Disclaiming A Lease – Abdulla v Whelan [2017]
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
In a case that addresses the effect of disclaimer provisions of the Insolvency Act where one or more tenants are declared bankrupt, Abdulla v Whelan, provides useful review of what comprises
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What a wind up – Secretary of State v Diffraction Diamonds DMCC and IGL Labs UK
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
In a case that acts as a useful reminder that even though a company trades in the UK but do not necessarily have a registered office in the country, the absence of their non-registration
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Administrator’s Power To Enter Into Settlement Agreement
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
It is widely known that an administrator has the power to enter into settlement agreements and compromises without recourse to the court. Schedule B1, paragraph 60,
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Financial Ombudsman Service - Where's The Limit?
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
In the recent case of Mazarona Properties Ltd v Financial OmBudsman Service, the courts considered how far a firm's activities in handling complaints
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'Phoenixism' and TAAR - New Guidance From HMRC on Company Windings Up
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
Following the recent changes to the tax rules in relation to Company Windings Up, HMRC have released its views on the matter in form of a new guidance.
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Are You Being Served? Emmanuel V Revenue and Customs Commissioners [2017]
Added: 26.07.2017   |  Tags:  archive
Despite not receiving both a statutory demand and a bankruptcy petition, The Bankruptcy Court has ruled that a petitioning creditor had properly served both documents in spite of the fact
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Redrafting The Insolvency Ethics Code - Time To Have Your Say
Added: 30.06.2017   |  Tags:  archive
Earlier this year insolvency practitioners were told that the Insolvency Ethics Code is to be revised and rewritten. The importance of the views of insolvency practitioners about the Ethics
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