How directors can avoid making invalid out-of-court administration appointments after Minmar
A practice note discussing the risks for directors of making invalid out-of-court administration appointments, following the decision of the High Court in Minmar (929) Ltd v Khalastchi and another  EWHC 1159 (Ch).
Please note: this practice note was written and published before the High Court gave judgment in National Westminster Bank plc v Msaada Group (a firm) and others  EWHC 3423 (Ch) and Re Virtualpurple Professional Services Ltd  EWHC 3487 (Ch). For more information about those decisions, see Legal update, Conflicting decisions on directors' out of court administration appointments (High Court). For a maintained resource about the appointment of administrators, see Practice note, How do I place a company into administration?.