- Bankrupt’s obligation to disclose financial information (Hicken v Ellison)
- Original news
- How did the issues arise?
- What were the main legal arguments?
- What did the court decide?
- What are the practical implications for R&I lawyers?
Restructuring & Insolvency analysis: Derek Cockle, solicitor at Osmond & Osmond, assesses the practical implications of the judgment in Hicken v Ellison concerning the Chancery Division’s decision to allow a hearing to take place in in the respondent’s absence in relation to the trustee in bankruptcy’s (trustee) application for the committal of the respondent bankrupt for breach of financial disclosure orders.
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