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Disclosure Act 1998 will come into force on Friday 2nd July,
subject to Parliamentary approval.
The following article was written by David McCahon, head of our
Consumer and Retail Finance practice, and first appeared in
Finance and Credit Law, June...
Regulation of Mortgages
On 20th July, the Treasury issued a consultation
document on mortgage regulation and is seeking comments by 22nd
In the recent case of Medforth v. Blake & Others,
the Court of Appeal widened the duty owed by receivers to a
mortgagor when managing the mortgagor's...
In the recent case of Medforth v. Blake & Others, the Court
of Appeal widened the duty owed by receivers to a mortgagor when
managing the mortgagor's...
Pursuant to the Unfair Dismissal and Statement of
Reasons for Dismissal (Variation of Qualifying Period) Order 1999,
the qualifying period for unfair...
Floor Fourteen Limited (the "Company") went into
creditors' voluntary liquidation in 1995. Whilst there were
insufficient assets even to pay preferential...
Is the Court's leave required to enable an administrator to sell a
company's business prior to holding a creditors' meeting under
Section 23 of the Insolvency...
Court makes clear decision on liquidators' costs
In a decision given on Monday 24th May the Court
This article was written by Janet Brier, an assistant solicitor in
the Corporate Recovery Team at Cameron McKenna and first appeared
in Vol. 15, No....
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