Gray v Raper: CCP 1866

The defendants had given promissory notes to a friendly society, which came to be dissolved. An action was brought for recovery of the debts, but without the necessary permission first.
Held: The failure was not one to be taken advantage of in the plea to the further maintenane of the action, but only, and if at all, by making application to the court having in hand the winding up of the company.


(1866) LR 1CP 694


Companies Act 1862

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CitedPark v Cho and Others ChD 24-Jan-2014
The parties disputed the chairmanship of a charity. The claimant succeeded, but a third party later intervened saying that permission had not first been obtained from the Charity Commission as required. The defendant now appealed against the lifting . .
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Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.567256