Bloom and others v Harms Offshore AHT “Taurus” GmbH & Co KG and another  EWCA Civ 632;  WLR (D) 211
“Where creditors had, in a foreign jurisdiction, attached certain property owned by a company in administration, the comity owed by the courts of different jurisdictions to each other would normally make it inappropriate for the municipal courts to grant injunctive relief affecting procedures in a court of foreign jurisdiction. However, due regard to certain relevant factors, such as the conduct of the creditors against whom the injunction was sought and the circumstances of the attachment, might justify the grant of an injunction.”
WLR Daily, 29th June 2009
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