Tenant Troubles- a Minefield for the Receiver

By | eSQUIRE Global Crossings | February 14, 2017
Airing LaundryManaging residential tenanted property can be a challenge for receivers. In many cases, it is necessary for them to act as “accidental landlords” to maximise the potential realisations to the appointing lender. These lenders have lent money to companies or individuals who invest in residential blocks and collect rents from their tenants. View Full Post
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Berkeley Applegate and When Administrators Can Get in Too Deep (Purple)

By | eSQUIRE Global Crossings | December 20, 2016
In the recent case of Gillan v HEC Enterprises Ltd (in administration) and Ors [2016] EWHC 3179 (Ch), the High Court considered (1) in what circumstances administrators can recover costs and expenses incurred in dealing with trust property and (2) how the administrators’ costs in applying for a Berkeley Applegate order and other litigation were to be dealt with. View Full Post
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