To bite or not to bite: that is the question

This article by Tina Kyriakides at Radcliffe Chambers considers the decision of the Court of Appeal in Re Property Edge Lettings Limited [2017] EWCA Civ 1001 and, in particular, whether it is necessary for a company to have assets at the time of the creation of a floating charge for the charge to be valid or assets subsequently, for the charge to be enforceable.

It also considers other issues that arise from the decision which remain unanswered, including priority of charges and the timing of crystallisation in certain circumstances.

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