In Re Lee (A Bankrupt): ChD 24 Feb 1998

An order vesting a lease disclaimed by the trustee in bankruptcy, in a mortgagee, may provide that any profit which is made on a re-sale of the lease was to be paid on to the receiver for the benefit of creditors.

Citations:

Times 24-Feb-1998, Gazette 08-Apr-1998

Statutes:

Insolvency Act 1986 320

Citing:

Appealed toIn Re Lee (A Bankrupt) CA 22-Aug-1999
The court has sufficient discretion to order that the surplus proceeds of sale of a leasehold interest could be paid to the liquidator despite his having himself disclaimed any interest in the lease. Nobody else had claimed an interest, and the . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromIn Re Lee (A Bankrupt) CA 22-Aug-1999
The court has sufficient discretion to order that the surplus proceeds of sale of a leasehold interest could be paid to the liquidator despite his having himself disclaimed any interest in the lease. Nobody else had claimed an interest, and the . .
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Landlord and Tenant, Insolvency

Updated: 08 April 2022; Ref: scu.82001