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Posts In Category "Newsletter"

Creditor Insolvency Guide

     -     Mar 16th, 2015   -     Newsletter   -     0 Comments

If you are a creditor, click here to find a step by step guide to help understand the insolvency process.

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Legislation relating to IPs’ remuneration

     -     Mar 6th, 2015   -     Newsletter   -     0 Comments

It has been announced that IPs will have to give a fee estimate which will act as a cap if they wish to have their fees approved on a time-costs basis. Additionally, they will need to set out an estimate of what work will be done and what it will cost to undertake it. This will be changed effective from October 2015. The full announcement may […]

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Changes to Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Order rules

     -     Feb 19th, 2015   -     Newsletter   -     0 Comments

The Government have announced that the bankruptcy creditor petition limit will be raised from £750 to £5000 from October 2015. Read about changes to bankruptcy and Debt Relief Order rules in more detail here.

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Insolvency Statistics October – December 2014

     -     Feb 3rd, 2015   -     Newsletter   -     0 Comments

For the publication of the latest official insolvency statistics from The Insolvency Service for Q4 2014 click here.

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News Letter October 2014

     -     Dec 4th, 2014   -     Newsletter   -     0 Comments

Landlords and priority In the case of Pillar Denton Ltd and others v Jervis the decision on the appeal is expected in November 2014. Overriding mortgage terms In the case of Co-Operative Bank Plc v Phillips [2014] EWHC 2862 (Ch) the bank who had a second charge on two properties issued possession proceedings despite the […]

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