March 2017

ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIVIDEND PAID Case Name: Xperta Technology Limited Type of Insolvency: Liquidation Class of Creditor: Non-Preferential Amount of Dividend: 21.15p in the £ Date Paid: 13 March, 2017

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Struck-off solicitor imprisoned for one year

On 31 January 2017 Jeffrey Peter Lygoe, a struck-off solicitor who was made bankrupt on 28 May 2012 following a petition presented by The Law Society for outstanding liabilities, was sentenced to 12 months’ immediate imprisonment. This followed his pleading guilty under S357 of the Insolvency Act 1986 to the fraudulent disposal of property. Stephen…

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February 2017

ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIVIDEND PAID Case Name: W.H.G Wheeler (Builder) Limited Type of Insolvency: Liquidation Class of Creditor: Non-Preferential Amount of Dividend: 46.76p in the £ Date Paid: 8 February, 2017 ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIVIDEND PAID Case Name: Bectel Limited Type of Insolvency: Liquidation Class of Creditor: Non-Preferential Amount of Dividend: 5.43p in the £ Date Paid: 13 February, 2017 ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIVIDEND PAID Case Name: Up On The Roof…

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Struck-off solicitor imprisoned for one year

On 31 January 2017 Jeffrey Peter Lygoe, a struck-off solicitor who was made bankrupt on 28 May 2012 following a petition presented by The Law Society for outstanding liabilities, was sentenced to 12 months’ immediate imprisonment. This followed his pleading guilty under S357 of the Insolvency Act 1986 to the fraudulent disposal of property. Stephen…

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The Future of Bonding

The common meaning of bonding is ‘to bring together’, which is an interpretation in short supply when considering how the Insolvency Service views the current position on bonding arrangements for insolvency practitioners (IPs). In its recently closed consultation[1] in this area it painted a picture of a failing bonding system with much of the blame…

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Struck-off solicitor imprisoned for one year

On 31 January 2017 Jeffrey Peter Lygoe, a struck-off solicitor who was made bankrupt on 28 May 2012 following a petition presented by The Law Society for outstanding liabilities, was sentenced to 12 months’ immediate imprisonment. This followed his pleading guilty under S357 of the Insolvency Act 1986 to the fraudulent disposal of property. Stephen…

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January 2017

ANNOUNCEMENT OF DIVIDEND PAID Case Name: David Harris Type of Insolvency: Bankruptcy Class of Creditor: Non-Preferential Amount of Dividend: 0.94p in the £ Date Paid: 17 January, 2017

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