An official liquidator, who had been appointed by the Court to wind up a company incorporated under the Companies Acts 1862 and 1867, applied under section 91 of the Act of 1862 for leave to resign. It was stated that there was nothing to recover from the bankrupt estate, and the application was concurred in by, and appearance made for, all the original petitioning creditors, who were substantially the whole creditors of the company. The application was not opposed. Held that in the circumstances it might be granted.
 SLR 14 – 667 – 1
Updated: 06 February 2022; Ref: scu.577208