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Uralkali v Rowley – do Administrators owe a personal duty of care?
Breaking the Mountaineer’s Knee: Supreme Court establishes “purpose test” to assess the scope of an auditor’s duty
Manchester Building Societ ...
Does failure to give notice of intention to appoint administrators to a prior QFCH invalidate the appointment?
Insolvency practitioners need to be alert to company strike off action when considering new appointments.
Notices of intention to appoint administrators – the importance of a settled intention.
New SIPs – knowing the difference between disbursements and expenses and the expanded definition of associates
The government has extended its ability to amend insolvency legislation.
Restrictions on winding-up petitions and forfeiture extended further.
In Sarjanda Ltd (in liquidation) v Aluminium Eco Solutions Ltd and another  EWHC 210 (Ch), an application to rescind a winding up order was refu ...
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