FIVE TOP TIPS FOR APPLYING ON PAPER FORAN EXTENSION OF AN ADMINISTRATION By Her Honour Judge Claire Jackson
A small group of practitioners in Leeds first met 3.5 years ago to discuss whether we could secure new facilities in Leeds for the Business and Property Courts. We are delighted to announce that the new Court facilities will be operational...
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to solicitors who do not have higher rights of audience On a number of recent occasions the Leeds BPC have been faced with the issue of whether or not to grant rights of audience in proceedings in the High Court...
BPC in Leeds- Winding Up Petition Guidance Letter 18th May 2022 BPC in Leeds – Winding Up Petition Guidance Letter 26th July 2023
Court Guides – Civil Procedure Rules (justice.gov.uk)
This is an updated Guidance Note, first produced in 2017, setting out how court users can assist the court in the production of orders, with a view to orders being produced as efficiently and quickly as reasonably possible.
Details of the earliest available dates for hearings (including trials) in the Business and Property Court in Leeds, based on how long they are expected to last
Leeds Law Society, in conjunction with Thomson Reuters (who very kindly sponsored the design and production) and judges in the B&PCs in Leeds, is pleased to announce the launch of a Guide to the Business and Property Courts in Leeds.
The Lord Chancellor, the Right Honourable David Gauke MP, Secretary of State for Justice, has today approved and signed an amended version of the Insolvency Proceedings Practice Direction.
The Disclosure Pilot for the Business and Property Courts starts on 1 January 2019. The scheme will help with the exchange of information in a case, helping all parties to agree a sensible and cost-effective approach to disclosure and identify areas of disagreement.
The Business and Property Courts in Leeds bring together, under one umbrella in Leeds, those parts of the High Court comprising the Chancery Division, the Circuit Commercial Court and the Technology and Construction Court.
The Judiciary at the Business & Property Courts in Leeds would like to make solicitors aware of defects and irregularities which continue to occur in Companies Court, as well as Ce-File filing irregularities.
Leeds Law Society has put together some key points to consider when filing Winding Up Petitions using CE File at the Business and Property Courts in Leeds. In addition there is some guidance contained in this note relating to CE File in Leeds, as a matter of best practice.
Practitioners have expressed concern regarding the effect of the appointment of an administrator purportedly made by filing a notice of appointment via the court’s electronic filing system, outside the court’s usual counter-opening hours.