||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 122 (Jan)
|| EWHC 77 (Ch)
||Chancery Division, Bristol District Registry
Judge Paul Matthews
||Stuart Cutting (instructed by Moore & Tibbits Ltd) for the applicant.
||James Couser (instructed by Gardner Leader LLP) for the respondents.
||24 January 2018
Statement of case - Striking out - Abuse of process
Statement of case Striking out. The claimant liquidator's claim against the respondents for a declaration that a payment of 160,000 to them had been void as a preference was struck out, given his previous discontinuance of misfeasance allegations against the first two respondents. The Chancery Division held that CPR 38.7 applied, had not been complied with and permission under that rule was refused, and the claim was more generally an abuse of process.
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