||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 59 (Oct)
||Jonathan Lee (instructed by Hugh James Ford Simey, Cardiff) for the appellant.
||Alexander Hickey (instructed by Coles Miller, Dorset) for the respondent.
||4 October 2001
Insolvency - Statutory demand - Setting aside statutory demand - Decision of adjudicator - Appeal - Whether adjudicator having jurisdiction to hear matter.
On an appeal against a decision to refuse the setting aside of the statutory demands served on the appellant, the court held that the adjudicator had no jurisdiction to hear the matter and accordingly allowed the appeal.
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