12 Jan, 2017
This article by James is the fifth in the series of insolvency papers being produced by the members of Guildhall Chambers’ insolvency team. In it James considers the circumstances in which the court will, when exercising its bankruptcy jurisdiction, go behind judgments of other courts. The article considers both the historical context of the jurisdiction and its modern application as well as the various stages in the bankruptcy process where the jurisdiction is engaged.
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