Smith v Charles Building Services Ltd and Another: ChD 22 Apr 2005

The claimant said that his name had been removed from the company register unlawfully.


Mr Justice Mann


[2005] EWHC 654 (Ch), [2005] BCC 513




England and Wales


CitedShtun v Zaljejska CA 18-Apr-1996
Evidence of prejudice from inexcusable delay is to be examined carefully. It is not essential for a finding of prejudice in such a case that there should be evidence of the particular respects in which potential witnesses’ recollections have been . .

Cited by:

Appeal fromSmith v Charles Building Services Ltd and Another CA 19-Jan-2006
An application was made for the rectfication of the company’s registers.
Held: The claimant’s name had been improperly removed from the register, and therefore he was prima facie entitled to a rectification. However even if rectified, the . .
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