The English courts have a common law jurisdiction to recognise, and actively assist, a person empowered under foreign insolvency law to act on behalf of a debtor over which a foreign court has jurisdiction. The common law jurisdiction is inherent, and thus independent of any jurisdiction to recognise and assist under statute, subordinate legislation or the EU Insolvency Regulation
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