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Hawkes v Cuddy [2009] 2 BCLC 427

By Oxbridge Law TeamUpdated 04/01/2024 07:12

Judgement for the case Hawkes v Cuddy

Table Of Contents

  1. Jurisdiciton of courts under s.994 and IA 1986 s.122(1)(g) are ‘parallel’.

    • However is possible to have cases in which there is no unfair prejudice but winding-up is justified, and vice-versa

  2. If Parliament had intended jurisdictions of two sections to be coterminous, would not have used different language in both sections

  3. Re Guidezone should not be followed

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