21st Dec 2011

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It was sufficient for a liquidator to list disputed payments for claims that unlawful preferences were made, and thereby impose the onus of explaining them onto the liquidated company’s former directors and company secretary, but that was insufficient for claims alleging fraud where the onus was on the liquidator to plead and prove dishonesty.

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