||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 68 (Oct)
|| EWHC 2384 (Ch)
||Chancery Division, Birmingham District Registry
Judge Purle QC sitting as a deputy judge of the High Court
||Mark Wonnacott (instructed by Hill Dickinson) for the claimant.
||Lisa Barge of Eversheds LLP for the defendant.
||12 June 2009
Landlord and tenant - Opposition to grant of new tenancy of business premises - Intention of landlord to redevelop property - Landlord going into administration - Defendant's administrators seeking deferment of claimant's claim for new lease - Claimant seeking permission to pursue claim - Whether permission should be granted - s 30(1)(f) - B1, para 3.
Landlord and tenant Opposition to grant of new tenancy of business premises. Balancing the rights of the administrators of the defendant, to conduct an orderly administration in accordance with the administration objective, and the right of the claimant to have its application for a new lease pursuant to PtII of the heard, a judge of the Chancery Division held that the instant case was not one where permission should be refused.
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