In re Wanser Ltd: 1891

A landlord of Scottish property began proceedings after a winding up order for sequestration of the company’s goods on the premises in order to answer for future rent.
Held: North J allowed the sequestration to continue, being satisfied that under Scottish law the landlord was a secured creditor at the date of commencement of the winding up, and therefore in the same position as a mortgagee Proceedings in insolvency begun without the stipulated leave should not be regarded as irretrievably null but rather as existing and capable of redemption by the late giving of leave.


North J


[1891] 1 Ch 305

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Insolvency, Scotland, Landlord and Tenant

Updated: 18 May 2022; Ref: scu.567273