Watch this recording of our weekly COVID-19 Q&A webinar, from Wednesday 6 May, with discussions from the Property Litigation Team and Restructuring Team talking covering Landlords issuing statutory demands.
The Temporary Insolvency Practice Direction 2020 (the TIPD) was originally put in place on 6 April 2020 to supplement the Practice Direction on Insolvency Proceedings (July 2018) and provide more flexibility for court users and staff during the coronavirus pandemic, including the rapid adoption of remote hearings.
The temporary provisions brought in to protect individuals from the threat of eviction during the pandemic have been brought to an end – handing back some power to landlords but necessarily putting pressure on individuals findings themselves in default.
The moratorium procedure introduced by the Corporate Governance and Insolvency Act 2020 (CIGA) allows a company time to pursue a rescue or restructuring plan, during which creditors cannot take action against it without the court’s permission.
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