||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 406 (Oct)
||James Bailey (instructed by BP Collins, Gerrards Cross) for the petitioner.
||The company appeared by its representative.
||28 October 2002
Companies - Winding up - Petition - Form of winding up order.
The petitioning creditor's application for compulsory winding up of the company was granted on the ground that the wishes of the creditors, which was the primary consideration in such cases, favoured a compulsory winding up, in order that the company could be put in the hands of the official receiver, and to prevent the assets of the company from further dissipation.
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