Administration expenses: Court of Session revisits Goldacre

The Scottish Court of Session has considered whether rent due on premises rented by a company in administration is payable as an administration expense, even though those premises were occupied by a purchaser of the company's business, to whom the administrators had granted a temporary licence (Cheshire West and another, In the administration of Springfield Retail Ltd [2010] CSOH 115 (13 August 2010)).

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