Contract – Breach of contract. The claimant company was the owner of a hot strip steel mill. It had sourced the parts required to assemble the mill and had and permitted a company (the company) to install it at a site. The company went into administration and the claimant contended that the sale of the site and the mill by the administrators of the company was a breach of an agreement the claimant had with the company, which the defendant purchasers of the site had allegedly knowingly procured. The Chancery Division held that the claim for breach had been established in respect of the first defendant.