Administrator's appointment not invalidated by lack of notice to company (High Court)
Resource type: Legal Update: Case Report
Published on 15-Dec-2011
In Re Bezier Acquisitions Ltd  EWHC 3299 (Ch) (12 December 2011), the High Court considered the validity of an administrator's appointment to an insolvent company, in a case where the directors had made an out of court administration appointment, but without serving notice of their intention to appoint on the company (as required by rules 2.20 and 2.8 of the Insolvency Rules 1986 (SI 1986/1925)).
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