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What form of security might my company be asked to grant a lender?

United Kingdom - January 31 2019 Depending on the business of the company in question, a lender may ask for a range of differing security. In England, a typical place to start is to…

Ignorance; not so bliss in director disqualification

United Kingdom - December 20 2017 On the failure of a company, the Insolvency Service may, following investigations, seek to disqualify directors from acting as such for a fixed period…

Received or expecting a HMRC winding up petition? Here’s what you can do

United Kingdom - December 8 2017 When creditors are demanding payment and money is tight the easiest thing to do is pay those who are shouting the loudest. Often HMRC debts, including…

Directors’ decision-making must accord with its Articles of Association - the Duomatic Principle clarified

United Kingdom - October 13 2017 A recent case shows how a company’s Articles of Association, a document which defines the duties and responsibilities of members, must be adhered to…

Lender Leumi drowns sorrows after losing Cobra Beer discretionary collection fee dispute

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 Leumi ABL has been ordered to repay BHL, which owns Cobra Beer, after the judge found it overcharged them on a receivable finance agreement. Within…