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17 JUL 2012

Eck v Zapf [2012] BPIR 499

(Registrar Jones, 20 February 2012)

In another COMI case involving a German national, a creditor objected to the making of a bankruptcy order on the debtor's own petition, asserting that the debtor had not genuinely moved to England. In dismissing the petition, Registrar Jones held that the debtor had not established his COMI in England, despite residence in London for over 2 years, based upon continuing interests in Germany and the importance of potential creditors...

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