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11 NOV 2010

Re Hagemeister [2010] BPIR 1093

Two German debtors made themselves bankrupt on their own petitions in England, which were opened as main proceedings. A German bank, a creditor of each of them who had previously opened main bankruptcy proceedings in Germany, sought annulment of the bankruptcy orders, on the basis that they ought not to have been made as the English court lacked any jurisdiction.


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