The Court of Appeal has now handed down its long-awaited judgment in the case of Horton v Henry  EWCA Civ. 989.
In the current economic climate, ground rent is becoming a valuable source of income, therefore when it comes to non payment of ground rent, quick recovery is crucial.
The Insolvency Act 1986 is to be amended by the abolition of the requirement for creditors’ meetings to be held as the default means of decision making, replacing this instead with a “deemed consent” procedure or a “qualifying decision” procedure.
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Cost and Litigation Funding Seminar We are looking forward to hosting our 4th annual costs and litigation funding seminar on 13 October. We have some great speakers including specialist Costs Counsel Roger Mallalieu and Kevin Latham. Topics that will be …
Bankruptcy and Divorce – Timing Is Everything, an insight into the effect of insolvency on financial remedy proceedings
Coming to an agreement as to the distribution of assets following a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership can be remarkably testing.
Pursuing financial mis-selling claims through both the Financial Ombudsman Service and the Courts...
...have your cake and eat it or simply have your cake…?
Businesses are always looking for new ways of cutting cost and improving efficiency and outsourcing certain functions can be an attractive prospect.
What is a Validation Order? If a company is wound up by the Court, under Section 127 of the Insolvency Act 1986 any disposition of that company’s property (and any transfer of shares or alteration in the status of that company’s members) made…
Bidding for contracts is a difficult business. A bidder treads a fine line between pricing competitively and ensuring the project will generate sufficient profit for the business. When TUPE is likely to apply to a contract up for tender, things become mor…
Insolvency Practitioners and third parties who wish to claim against the insurer of an insolvent company/individual will be pleased to see that the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010 came into force this week on 1 August 2016.
As business advisers, we understand that businesses are increasingly challenged by rapidly changing national dynamics and a globalising economy.