The High Court and the County Court have jurisdiction throughout England and Wales for the purposes1 of individual insolvency2. For these purposes, in addition to its ordinary jurisdiction, the County Court has all the powers and jurisdiction of the High Court3. Jurisdiction is so exercised by the High Court or the County Court in relation to proceedings which are allocated to the London insolvency district4, and by the County Court in relation to the proceedings which are allocated to any other insolvency district5. Such jurisdiction is without prejudice to the transfer of proceedings from one court to another; and
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