Receivership in UK Law

  • Receivership
    • Contents
    • Law of Insolvent Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships
    • Elspeth Berry/Rebecca Parry
    • 185-264
  • Communications: Annual Report 1999
    • No. 78-3, September 2000
    • Public Administration
    When the Royal Institute of Public Administration (RIPA) owned Public Adminis‐tration, the editors always reported annually on the journal’s fortunes. The practice lapsed when the RIPA went into re...
    ... ... The practice lapsed when the RIPA went into receivership. Now, with the launch of the journal as a European journal of public administration, we thought it was a good idea to reintroduce an annual report ... ...
    • No. 3-2, February 1995
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 191-199
    This appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (JCPC), which is still the highest court of appeal for certain Commonwealth jurisdictions, concerned conduct associated with the Equiticor...
    ... ... On 22nd January, 1989, the whole group was placed into statu-tory receivership and the shares in EHL became worthless. The chair-man of the Board of EHL and managing director, a Mr Hawkins, along with companies associated with ... ...
    • No. 71-4, December 1993
    • Public Administration
    The financial history of the RIPA from its incorporation as a company in 1976 to 1989 was a volatile one; but there had been sufficient good years to justify cautious optimism as we entered 1990/91...
    ... ... The Council had no alternative but to proceed to receivership. As I hope most people now know the Royal Institute of Public Administration, after a distinguished history spanning seventy ... ...
  • Case study illustrations of a scorecard to measure IT strategy improvements in UK SMEs
    • No. 11-1, January 2009
    • Journal of Systems and Information Technology
    • 24-42
    Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate a means of measuring information technology (IT) strategy improvements in small to medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs). Design/methodology/approach...
    ... ... The company that made negligible improvement went into receivership 12 months aftercompletion of the study.Research limitations/implications – The key limitations were that only eight companies wereprepared to ... ...
  • Coopers and Lybrand fined.
    • No. 2001, October 2001
    • Financial Management (UK)
    • Brief Article
    ... ... Lybrand, now part of PwC, has been fined 100,000 [pounds sterling] for its involvement with leisure firm Resort Hotels, which went into receivership in 1993 following a serious fraud by its managing director Mark Harwood. An Accountants' Joint Disciplinary Tribunal also fined former Coopers and ... ...
  • In the Twilight Hour? The Ranking of Floating Charges and Inhibitions
    • No. , September 2016
    • Edinburgh Law Review
    • 353-359

    MacMillan v T Leith Developments Ltd (in Receivership and in Liquidation) ... 1 ... is the latest case concerning the problematic ranking ... ...

  • ICIC (Overseas) Ltd v Adham & Others
    • No. 5-3, March 1997
    • Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance
    • 270-272
    The background to this action involved allegations of fraud by the Plaintiff, (some of which had been proved) against the Defendants which had already given rise to protracted litigation.
    ... ... the 5th Defendant, Mr Ghaith Pharaon (the 10th Defendant's father) which were also subject to a pre-existing Mareva injunction, and the receivership order also affected the assets of the 6th Defendant, Pharaoh Hold-ings Ltd. The receivership order extended the appointment" of the receiver to ... ...
  • Index
    • Appendices
    • Law of Insolvent Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships
    • Elspeth Berry/Rebecca Parry
    • 657-670
    ... ... Administrative receivers (continued) creditors’ committee 217–18 defaults in filing receivership accounts and other returns 218 ... definition 200–1 directions by the court 207 discharge of the charge 220 duties 213–15 eligibility for ... ...
  • Making a Silk Purse out of a Pig's Ear ‐ Medforth v Blake & Ors
    • No. 63-3, May 2000
    • The Modern Law Review
    ... ... Approximately £200,000 worth of discounts was forfeited during the receivership. Medforth’s statement of claim alleged that the receivers owed him a duty of care, breached by their failure to request or obtain discounts ... ...
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