Some interesting insolvency cases handed down over the holiday period.
In addition to the cases mentioned yesterday there have also been a number of other intresting insolvency cases handed down over the summer period. These include:
- BXL Services, Re  EWHC 1877 (Ch) (10 July 2012) is an interesting case that was handed down in July. The case concerns an administration of a charitable company limited by guarantee.
- Bower Terrace Student Accommodation Ltd & Anor v Space Student Living Ltd  EWHC 2206 (Ch) (27 July 2012) - this cases involves the nature and extent of a receivership of some property companies.
- International Leisure Ltd & Anor v First National Trustee Company UK Ltd & Ors  EWHC 1971 (Ch) (16 July 2012. As Mr Edward Bartley Jones QC, the judge, notes,"This appeal raises, yet again, issues as to the ambit and limits of the rule against reflective loss as discussed in Johnson v Gore Wood & Co  2 AC 1. On this occasion the issue is whether the rule debars a secured creditor of a company who has suffered loss (as the result of breaches of duties owed both to the secured creditor and the company by a defendant) from recovering that loss because the company is also entitled to recover that loss."
- Wood & Anor v Mistry  EWHC 1899 (Ch) (10 July 2012) - an interesting company directors' disqualification case.
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