‘Two recent decisions have shed yet more light on the “byzantine” system for out of hours appointments. Both confirm that the courts will continue to take a relatively detailed, yet pragmatic, approach to this issue.’
Guildhall Chambers, 8th November 2019
“A recent High Court decision which appears to confirm that the failure to serve notice of intention to appoint an administrator on the relevant company does not invalidate the appointment leaves unanswered questions, a restructuring law expert has said.”
OUT-LAW.com, 6th August 2012
In re Airbase (UK) Ltd; In re Airbase International Services Ltd  EWHC 124 (Ch);  WLR (D) 30
“The provisions of s 176A of the Insolvency Act 1986, which dealt with floating charges relating to property of a company that was, inter alia, in administration, excluded from participation in any distribution from the ‘prescribed part’ of a company’s net property, as defined in s 176A(6) of the Act, secured creditors who had unsecured debts due to a shortfall in the value of their security.”
WLR Daily, 6th February 2008
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