Hardy v Fothergill: 1888

Rent falling due after a winding up of the tenant was a future debt for which the landlord could have proved in the tenant’s liquidation.


(1888) 13 App Cas 351


England and Wales

Cited by:

CitedKahn and Another v Commissioners of Inland Revenue; In re Toshoku Finance plc HL 20-Feb-2002
A company went into liquidation, being owed substantial sums by another company in the same group, but itself insolvent. A settlement did not include accrued interest, but was claimed to be taxed as if it had, and on an accruals basis. If so, was . .
CitedIn Re Park Air Services Plc; Christopher Moran Holdings Ltd v Bairstow and Another HL 4-Feb-1999
The tenant company went into liquidation, the receiver disclaimed the lease, and the landlord claimed compensation under the Act. The question concerned how the compensation was to be calculated.
Held: Where a solvent tenant under an onerous . .
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Insolvency, Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 12 May 2022; Ref: scu.190096