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Simon Gore Consulting Ltd

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Mid Year Update

Recording Tuesday 9th July (1 hour)

- Fraudulent trading – a rare reported case of Pantiles Investments

- Immediate winding up orders – British - Misfeasance, transactions

  defrauding creditors and duties of directors – Hale and Sequana

- Validation Orders – Re MKG Convenience Ltd

- Out of court appointments of administrators – HMV

- CVAs – Indigo Projects London

- Receivers and their duties – Devon Commercial Property v

  Barnett

Presented by

Phil Patterson, Hardwicke Chambers

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Focus on CVAs

Recorded on Wednesday, 6th March (1 hour)

- Use of CVAs as a restructuring tool,

- Legal aspects and pitfalls,

- CVAs in a leaseholder portfolios,

- Dealing with stakeholders.  

Presented by

Jon Titmuss and Aileen McErlean, Hardwicke Chambers

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Focus on Property for IPs,

Recorded Tuesday 5th June (1 hour)

- Latest cases,

- Landlords in CVAs and pitfalls,

- Dealing with commercial rent arrears recovery,

- Legal issues when considering licences to occupy or

  exclude short term leases.

Presented by  

Amanda Eilledge and Katrina Mather, Hardwicke Chambers

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Tax Issues during Corporate Insolvency

Recording Thursday 13th June  (1 hour)

- HMRC as a creditor

- When are tax debts substantively disputed?

- Actions against directors for unpaid tax (including tax arising from

  avoidance schemes)

- Transferring liabilities to directors and employees

- Accelerated payment notices and follower notices

Presented by  

Ben Elliott, Pump Court Tax Chambers

Ashwin Mody, Ashteds Solicitors

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