Tag Archives: administration appointment

Does a failure to give notice to a prior QFCH invalidate UK administrator appointments?

The case of Re NMUL Realisations Limited (in administration) [2021] EWHC 94 (Ch) follows in the footsteps of the case of Re Tokenhouse VB Limited [2020] EWHC 3171 (Ch),where the Court considered whether a charge-holder’s failure to give notice of their intention to appoint administrators invalidates the appointment (see our previous blog here). The issue … Continue Reading

What is the “key” to validly appointing administrators?

First, there was the HMV case, then Skeggs Beef and SJ Henderson. Following which we had further judicial decision in All Star Leisure and now Keyworker Homes, all of which considered the validity of appointment of administrators using the e-filing system. Keyworker Homes deals with these questions: Can a notice of intention to appoint administrators … Continue Reading

When should an NOA be filed to avoid a defective appointment or subsequent court application?

E-filing a notice of appointment of administrators outside of court counter opening hours can impact the validity of an administrator’s appointment. The recent high court rulings in SJ Henderson & Company Limited and Re Triumph Furniture Limited [2019] EWHC 2742, and Re Skeggs Beef Limited [2019] EWHC 2607 (Ch) should serve as a caution that a company, … Continue Reading
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