Belfast court rejects Irish businessman’s alleged COMI shift
A court in Belfast has rejected claims from an Irish businessman that his centre of main interests shifted across the border from the Republic of Ireland in 2012, preventing him from taking advantage of what used to be a more lenient UK regime in a case of “bankruptcy tourism”.
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