||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 25 (Feb)
|| EWHC 68 (Ch)
Henry Carr J
||Martin Mann QC and Richard Ritchie (instructed by Gannons Commercial Law Limited) for TSB.
||Jeffrey Terry (instructed by Allan Janes LLP) for MSB.
||Stuart Hornett and Sarah Walker (instructed by Gordon Dadds LLP) for SSB.
||19 January 2018
Partnership - Partnership property - Winding up
Partnership Partnership property. The Chancery Division ruled on the ownership of certain properties where a partnership between three brothers had been dissolved. It held that the usual orders for winding up and the taking of accounts would be made. Further, the court dismissed a petition to wind up a company, which had operated as a quasi-partnership between the parties, where it would not be just or equitable to grant it, and it refused to grant for relief under s994 of the where unfair prejudice had not been established on the facts.
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