- Appealing the adjudicator's decision not to make a bankruptcy order (Budniok v Adjudicator, Insolvency Service)
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- What are the practical points to take away from this decision?
- What was the background to this appeal?
- What were the legal issues that the chief registrar had to determine?
- What arguments were put forward in relation to the preliminary issues, and what did the chief registrar decide?
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- In relation to the appeal itself, what did the chief registrar decide, and why?
- To what extent is the judgment helpful in clarifying the law in this area?
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Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: In what is believed to be the first reasoned judgment dealing with an appeal from a decision of the adjudicator not to make a bankruptcy order, we consider the judgment in Re Budniok; Budniok v Adjudicator, Insolvency Service.
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