||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 164 (Nov)
Lawrence Collins J
||David Grant (instructed by Battens, Chard) for the petitioner.
||The respondent appeared by its representative.
||12 November 2002
Companies - Winding up - Petition - Respondent seeking adjournment - Court refusing adjournment - Consideration of relevant factors.
The respondent company's application for an adjournment in proceedings in which the petitioner, who was a former employee of the respondent, had threatened to present a winding up petition against the respondent in relation to non-payment of a judgment debt, was dismissed on the ground, inter alia, that since the circumstances did not amount to a bona fide dispute on substantial grounds, there was no reason why the petition should not be presented.
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