In re Edennote Ltd (No 2): ChD 1997

Sanction was sought against a liquidator. Lightman J said: ‘The question is the commercial best interests of the company, reflected prima facie, by the commercial judgment of the liquidator, a judgment in my view which, in the circumstances and in the light of the evidence in this case, ought to be given full weight.’


Ligtman J


[1997] 2 BCLC 89


England and Wales


See AlsoIn Re Edennote Ltd; Tottenham Hotspur plc v Ryman CA 21-May-1996
The company was in liquidation. Terence Venables, who had owned the shares, had taken an assignment of a cause of action against the football club. The court had set aside that assignment, and removed the liquidator. Venables now appealed saying . .

Cited by:

CitedWhitehouse v Wilson (Liquidator of Vol-Mec Ltd) and Another CA 7-Dec-2006
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CitedGreenhaven Motors Limited (In Liquidation) and Another v BG Funding Limited and Another CA 31-Jul-1998
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Updated: 15 May 2022; Ref: scu.346609