How directors can avoid making invalid out of court administration appointments after Minmar
Adam Deacock discusses the risks for directors of making invalid out of court administration appointments following the decision of the High Court in Minmar (929) Ltd v Khalastchi and another  EWHC 1159 (Ch).
Besides introducing the principle of out of court administration appointments, the article also explores:
- The Minmar facts and decisions
- Finding an alternative appointer
- How directors notify the company
- Making a directors' out of court appointment after Minmar
- Cases after Minmar
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Adam's article was first published by the Practical Law Company on 23 November 2011 for Restructuring and Insolvency. For further information, please visit http://uk.practicallaw.com/.