Commentary

25 High Court or County Court at Central London?

BANKRUPTCY AND INSOLVENCY (INDIVIDUAL INSOLVENCY) vol 3(2)
| Commentary

25 High Court or County Court at Central London?

| Commentary

25 High Court or County Court at Central London?

  1. 25.1

        Where bankruptcy proceedings are allocated to the London Insolvency District in its ordinary territorial jurisdiction1, and also in the case of a Crown petition2, a creditor’s bankruptcy petition must be presented to the High Court where the petition debt is £50,000 or more; and to the County Court at Central London if it is less than £50,0003.

  2. 25.2

        In all the other special jurisdiction cases, the petition must be presented to the High Court4.

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