Hollicourt (Contracts) Ltd (In Liquidation) v Bank of Ireland: ChD 17 Dec 1999

A company’s account was in credit at all times, but was, unknown to the bank, in winding up proceedings. The bank continued to honour cheques, and was found to have been making dispositions of the company’s assets under the section. Accordingly the payments were void and ineffective from the date of the commencement of the winding up.

Citations:

Times 30-Nov-1999, Gazette 17-Dec-1999

Statutes:

Insolvency Act 1986 127

Citing:

Appealed toBank of Ireland v Hollicourt (Contracts) Limited CA 20-Oct-2000
A bank continued to pay on cheques presented to it against the company’s bank account even after the presentation of a petition for bankruptcy. The liquidator sought recovery of the amounts paid from the bank as well as the payees. It was held that . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromBank of Ireland v Hollicourt (Contracts) Limited CA 20-Oct-2000
A bank continued to pay on cheques presented to it against the company’s bank account even after the presentation of a petition for bankruptcy. The liquidator sought recovery of the amounts paid from the bank as well as the payees. It was held that . .
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Company, Insolvency, Banking

Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.81446