Law Society (acting through the Solicitors Regulation Authority) v Blavo

Solicitor – Practice. There are no grounds for setting the statutory demands served on the respondent solicitor on the basis that the subject of the statutory demands were not debts for liquidated sums within the meaning of s 267(2)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, accordingly allowed the appellant Law society's appeal against a decision of the High Court setting aside the statutory demands.

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