6th Feb 2009

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It was necessary for the applicant for an order under the Insolvency Act 1986, s172(3) to satisfy the court that it was in the best interests of a liquidation to order the removal of a liquidator. A registrar was justified in upholding a liquidator's refusal to convene a creditors' meeting for the sole purpose of trying to remove her, following her rejection of a disputed proof of debt and where there were no grounds for criticising the liquidator's decision.


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