Category: Insolvency

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County Court Judgments and Enforcement after COVID-19

Following lifting of government lockdowns during the pandemic, enforcement action including bailiffs attending properties can now resume. There may also be changes to debt recovery legislation which protective measures were brought in during the pandemic to prevent aggressive debt recovery action from debtors affected by coronavirus. If you have received a county court judgment against you or your company, get in touch with our litigation team as soon as possible.

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FCA’s Business Interruption Insurance test case heading to the Supreme Court

Given the complexity of business interruption claims and the legal uncertainty surrounding their enforcement, it is is essential that you seek expert legal advice early in order to prepare your Business Interruption Insurance claim.

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Residential Possession cases resume on 20 September 2020

The moratorium on residential evictions comes to an end next week. New guidance is out on how landlords can issue County Court possession proceedings on tenants who have unpaid rent. However commercial tenants are protected from eviction until the end of 2020.

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Case Study: Supreme Court rules on Reflective Loss in Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd

This decision confirms the rule against reflective loss as an important tool to protect the payment waterfall for unsecured creditors in the event of a company’s insolvency.

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RBS Commissioned Report Criticises Treatment of SME’s in Global Restructuring Group (GRG)

Following the publication of the Tomlinson Report into the Royal Bank of Scotland’s treatment of SME’s, another report by Sir Andrew Large has called for an urgent review…

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Online Ticketing Company Directors Receive Lengthy Disqualification Order

The directors of Virtuosi Limited, which is a hospitality provider centred in Leicester, have been disqualified for a total of 18 years under the Company Directors Disqualification Act…