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From 1 November 2022, the Official Receivers' deposit fee to be paid by petitioners initiating a creditor bankruptcy or compulsory...
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Four directors have been disqualified for abusing the dissolution process pursuant to powers introduced by the Rating (Coronavirus) and...
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While political and media focus has largely been on the effect of energy price rises on households, analysts at Cornwall Insight warn...
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I’ll be honest – I’d never heard of Kemi Badenoch before the current Tory leadership contest. But I did like her question to Rishi Sunak...
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For those who missed it the Insolvency Service published an excellent research report at the end of June which focuses on the treatment...
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The Insolvency Service has published a consultation on the implementation of two UNCITRAL "model laws" relating to insolvency: the Model...
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The Debt Respite Scheme (Breathing Space Moratorium and Mental Health Crisis Moratorium) (England and Wales) Regulations 2020, commonly...
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The Insolvency Service has published an interim report which evaluates three permanent changes to the insolvency regime as introduced by...
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Insolvency figures for May 2022 were published by the Insolvency Service on 17 June, and reveal an increase in corporate insolvencies...
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Administrators for Missguided have confirmed that customers awaiting refunds for returns will not be repaid, after the business was...
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In the recent Court of Appeal case of Re Ipagoo LLP, the court provided welcome clarity on the status of e-money holders’ claims under...
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Kremlin-backed supplier, Gazprom Energy, is reportedly at risk of collapse due to a customer exodus and staff shortages following...