Oppenheimer v British and Foreign Exchange and Investment Bank: 1877

A court can give a liquidator leave to distribute, thus protecting him from any risk of personal liability, but only if he retained a sum sufficient when invested at compound interest to fund future liabilities.


(1877) 6 Ch D 744


England and Wales

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CitedIn Re Park Air Services Plc; Christopher Moran Holdings Ltd v Bairstow and Another HL 4-Feb-1999
The tenant company went into liquidation, the receiver disclaimed the lease, and the landlord claimed compensation under the Act. The question concerned how the compensation was to be calculated.
Held: Where a solvent tenant under an onerous . .
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Updated: 29 April 2022; Ref: scu.197015