Tag Archives: LPA Receiver

Tenant Troubles- A minefield for the receiver

Managing residential tenanted property can be a challenge for receivers. In many cases, it is necessary for them to act as “accidental landlords” to maximise the potential realisations to the appointing lender. These lenders have lent money to companies or individuals who invest in residential blocks and collect rents from their tenants. When the borrowers default, … Continue Reading

Administrators are not required to investigate directors’ motives for appointing them

A recent English High Court decision has held that prospective Administrators do not need to look behind the directors’ motives in appointing them; they need to look ahead as to what might happen in the administration and consider whether the statutory purpose of the administration can be achieved. The Administrators in this case got caught … Continue Reading
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