Fruit machines and Blue Monkeys—can administrators be personally liable for converting ROT goods?

Fruit machines and Blue Monkeys—can administrators be personally liable for converting ROT goods?
In the days immediately following their appointment, administrators are often faced with a large number of retention of title (ROT) claims from suppliers who demand a quick adjudication of their claim, often on the back of incomplete evidence. The recent decision in Blue Monkey Gaming Ltd v Hudson & others

provides useful guidance for both administrators and ROT claimants. In this case the Court had to consider whether the administrators were obliged to identify property claimed by a third party, the potential personal liability of administrators in conversion and the appropriate measure of damages.

Click on the link below for an article by Tom Shepherd of 11 Stone Buildings who looks at the recent ruling:

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