Zeital v Kaye & ors [2010] EWCA Civ 159

WTLR Issue: April 2016 #158

1. GISELLE ZEITAL

2. KIM ZEITAL

V

DAVID NORMAN KAYE AND OTHERS

Analysis

The appeal concerned a dispute over the beneficial ownership of the sole two issued shares in a company in liquidation (the company). The company was incorporated by the deceased in 1988. The shares were originally issued to the company’s formation agents, a Mr Ashok Kumar and Mrs Kamlesh Kumar. Each signed an undated blank stock transfer form in relation to the share he/she held, leaving blank the transferee boxes. These forms came into the deceased’s possession.

Counsel details

Mr Michael H Lee (appearing pro bono through the Rose Mary Kogut Memorial Free Legal Clinic) for the appellants.

Mr Brad Pomfret (23 Essex Street, London WC2R 3AA, tel 020 7413 0353, e-mail clerks@23es.com) instructed by Turner Parkinson LLP (Hollins Chambers, 64a Bridge Street, Manchester M3 3BA, tel 0161 833 1212, e-mail tp@tp.co.uk) for the first respondent (David Kaye).

Mr Nathan Banks (23 Essex Street, London WC2R 3AA, tel 020 7413 0353, e-mail clerks@23es.com) instructed by Azzopardi & Co. (Hamilton House, 1 Temple Avenue,

London EC4Y 0HA, tel 020 3137 5174, e-mail justice@azzlaw.com) for the second, third and fourth respondents (Kingstars Ltd, Dalmar Properties (2004) Ltd, and Stefka Appostolova).

 

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