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The Enterprise Act 2002 contemplated an easier and slicker way of appointing administrators, by way of the "out of court" process. However, some recent cases has left the position far from clear. In our latest webcast, Stewart Perry of Clyde & Co talks to Benn Richards of Lexis PSL on the case of Minmar and the confusion that this case, and subsequent cases have caused on the subject of the validity of an administrator’s appointment.
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