In Re Esal (Commodities) Ltd: CA 1989


[1989] BCLC 59


England and Wales


ApprovedIn Re Rolls Razor Ltd ChD 1968
Buckley J said: ‘The powers conferred by section 268 are powers directed to enabling the court to help a liquidator discover the truth of the circumstances connected with the affairs of the company, information of trading, dealings, and so forth, in . .
See AlsoRe Esal (Commodities) Ltd CA 30-May-1988
The respondents were the liquidators of a company which the appellant bank climbed old substantial monies. The insolvent company had several subsidiaries and sub-subsidiaries, holding further assets. The respondent first sought an order requiring . .

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See AlsoRe Esal (Commodities) Ltd (No 2) ChD 1990
The company was wound up massively insolvent. The liquidators obtained orders for the private examination of an officer of the bank, who had undertaken an investigation into the bank’s relationship with the company before it’s liquidation. The bank . .
See AlsoRe Esal (Commodities) Ltd (No 2) CA 2-Jan-1990
the principal purpose of the powers to compel third parties to provide material to office-holders under sections 235, 236 and 366 is to assist with the beneficial winding up of the company or bankruptcy of the individual in question . .
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Updated: 20 May 2022; Ref: scu.622388