Money paid into court is recoverable, English appeal court says
The English Court of Appeal has ruled against the liquidators of British Virgin Islands (BVI) company Peak Hotels and Resorts, saying that the company’s fixed fee arrangement with its former solicitors had created a floating charge over two sums it had paid into court as security.
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