The following Restructuring & Insolvency precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
On behalf of Applicant
By: [insert name]
Statement No 1
Exhibits [insert details]
Date: [insert date]
Filed: [insert date]
Court Reference No: [INSERT COURT REF. NUMBER]
[IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE
[BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS [OF ENGLAND AND WALES OR IN [insert location] OR
[Specify specialist court or list]
[Insert location] DISTRICT REGISTRY
THE COUNTY COURT AT [insert location]
[BUSINESS AND PROPERTY COURTS LIST
In the matter of [insert company name]
In the matter of the companies act 2006
[Insert full name]
I, [Insert full name], of [insert firm/company name] of [insert address] Do state as follows:
I am a [insert role/job title eg licensed insolvency practitioner and Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales] in the firm of [insert firm/company name]. [Insert details of any relevant experience, ie experience advising on implementation of Restructuring Plans or schemes of arrangement].
I make this statement in relation to that part of the Claim Form dated [insert date] issued by [insert company name] and seeking sanction of a Restructuring Plan pursuant to part
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