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17 JUL 2012

Raithatha (as Trustee in Bankruptcy of Williamson) v Williamson [2012] EWHC 909 (Ch); [2012] BPIR 621

(Chancery Division, Bernard Livesey QC (sitting as a deputy judge of the High Court), 4 April 2012)

W, the bankrupt, was a member of a pension scheme and had elected not to draw down his pension entitlement, both a tax free lump sum and an annuity. R, the trustee in bankruptcy, applied for an income payments order and, without notice, obtained an injunction preventing W from dealing with his interests under the scheme...

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