||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 85 (Jul)
||Mark Watson-Gandy (instructed by Philip Ross & Co) for the applicant.
||Michael Roberts (instructed by Jeffrey Green & Russell) for the respondent.
||4 July 2002
Insolvency - Voluntary arrangement - Unfair prejudice to creditor's interests - Applicant applying for order to revoke or suspend company voluntary arrangement - Whether applicant's interests unfairly prejudiced by company voluntary arrangement - s 6(1).
On an application under s6(1) of the by which the applicant creditor sought an order revoking or suspending a company voluntary arrangement on the ground that its interests as a creditor were unfairly prejudiced by its provisions, the court ruled that, in all the circumstances of the case, there were no grounds on which to grant the relief sought.
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