From the Blog
Administrators can consent to moratorium breach retrospectively
The High Court in Northern Ireland has held that the administrators of an insolvent partnership could consent, retrospectively, to an act that would otherwise breach the statutory moratorium that arises in administration.
Thursfields partners with Birmingham Metropolitan College
Thursfields, has recently partnered with Birmingham Metropolitan College to deliver “guru” lectures to students that are part of its Professional Services Academy based in Kidderminster and Stourbridge and are aspiring to careers in business and law.
Inflation on Court Fees
We often read about workers in the private sector who have not enjoyed a pay rise for years, and public sector industrial action on pay issues. The Ministry of Justice does not seem to care about this because the Court Service is awarding itself an enormous increase.
Landlords Beware: Obligations for Disrepair
In the recent case of Edwards v Kumarasamy  the Court of Appeal made an important decision which could seriously affect a landlord’s liability for repairs.
‘Facebook’ used to serve order on a non-compliant bankrupt
In a recent decision made in Tunbridge Wells County Court a judge allowed a trustee in bankruptcy to notify a bankrupt that he had been ordered to appear before the court by posting a notice on the bankrupt’s Facebook page.
Wealthy Husband Loses Court Battle
Pam Arrowsmith, specialist Family solicitor, comments on Supreme Court decision between Dale Vince and his ex-wife of over 19 years, Kathleen Wyatt.
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