Rewind to the 80s: UK recognises Irish scheme via Insolvency Act’s Section 426
Using 1980s legislation that it last relied on more than quarter of a century ago, an English court has recognised an Irish scheme of arrangement that compromises English law debt, applying Irish law to bind creditors locally while avoiding the Gibbs rule.
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