Source: All England Reporter
Publisher Citation: [2012] All ER (D) 05 (Sep)
Neutral Citation: [2012] EWHC 2462 (Ch)
Court: Chancery Division, Companies Court
Judge:

Mr Stephen Morris QC (Sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge)

Representation Jeffrey Bacon (instructed by Hilcrest Solicitors) for the applicants.
  Mark Arnold (instructed by Pitmans) for the respondents.
Judgment Dates: 30 August 2012

Catchwords

Injunction - Interim - Property - First applicant company (SON) controlled by second to sixth applicants - Respondents company in administration and administrators - SON seeking to acquire NOSP, company holding lease of nightclub premises - Proceedings arising from dispute between applicants and N, director of SON, over running of nightclub - Second to sixth applicants granted injunction to prevent administrators from disposing of property until trial - Offer being made for purchase of lease - Applicants seeking continuation of injunction - Whether injunction to continue - Whether terms of injunction to be varied - Insolvency Act 1988, Sch B1, paragraphs 74, 88.

The Case

Injunction Interim. The Chancery Division held that an interim injunction would continue, where doing so would create less risk of causing irremediable harm if administrators were prevented from disposing of the assets of a property.

Practice Areas

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