||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 170 (Apr)
||Fenner Moeran (instructed by SJ Berwin) for the claimants.
||Caroline Furze (instructed by DMH Stallard) for the defendant.
||14 April 2005
Pensions - Occupational pension schemes - Deficiencies in the assets - Defendant employer withdrawing from multi-employer scheme - Valuation, certification and apportionment of debts due - Defendant challenging certificate and apportionment - Consideration of evidence.
In the instant case, the defendant had not established a basis upon which the actuary's certificate or the apportionment of the debt due to the pension scheme's trustees could be challenged, and, accordingly, the claimants were entitled to summary judgment in their favour.
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