English court refuses HMRC cramdown
Engineering group Nasmyth has failed to persuade the English High Court to cram down the UK tax authority, with Mr Justice Leech reasoning there was no “pressing need” to approve its restructuring plan, which would not have been able to take effect in the absence of HMRC’s goodwill.
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