Debenhams CVA: The landlord strikes back?

Clive Chalkley and Senay Nihat discuss the decision in Debenhams in the context of surrounding case law ‘Landlords feel they have less real voting power as a result of the way in which they are categorised in the standard form of the retail CVA and less voting power leads to less influence as a valuable …
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Cases Referenced

  • Discovery (Northampton) Ltd & ors v Debenhams Retail Ltd & ors [2019] EWHC 2441 (Ch)
  • Khan v Permayer (2000) unreported Court of Appeal 22 June
  • Mourant & Co Trustees Ltd & anor v Sixty UK Ltd (in administration) & ors [2010] EWHC 1890 (Ch)
  • Prudential Assurance Company Ltd & ors v PRG Powerhouse Ltd & ors [2007] EWHC 1002 (Ch)
  • Thomas v Ken Thomas Ltd [2007] 1 EGLR 31