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Re NMUL Realisations Limited - failure to give notice to a prior QFCH

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 In Re NMUL Realisations Limited (in administration) [2021] EWHC 94 (Ch) the Court considered whether a charge-holder’s failure to give notice of…

Kevin Hawthorn, Christopher Wall.

Filing multiple Notices of Intention - the decision in Seabrook

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 In 2016, the High Court determined that a person may propose to do something without having a settled intention to do it and dismissed an application…

Kevin Hawthorn, Christopher Wall.

Government extends ability to amend insolvency and governance legislation

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 Practitioners are likely to be familiar with the provisions of The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (“CIGA 2020”) which introduced new…

Kevin Hawthorn, Christopher Wall.

Rescinding a winding-up order - the importance of timing

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 In Sarjanda Ltd (in liquidation) v Aluminium Eco Solutions Ltd and another [2021] EWHC 210 (Ch), an application to rescind a winding up order was…

Kevin Hawthorn, Christopher Wall.

Uralkali v Rowley - do Administrators owe a personal duty of care?

United Kingdom - July 19 2021 The Force India Formula 1 racing team entered administration in July 2018. There were a number of parties interested in acquiring either the shares…

Kevin Hawthorn, Christopher Wall.