For the past 11 years, Katie has worked in all areas of insolvency, including formal processes such as administration, liquidation, receivership and bankruptcy as well as in less formal distressed situations. Katie has particular expertise in dealing with distressed care homes as well as hotels and complex group structures.
Katie helps insolvency practitioners, banks, lenders, investors, landlords, and creditors as well as the directors and owners of distressed companies and businesses.
Katie advised Receivers appointed under the Law of Property Act 1925 about their appointment by the trustees of a pension scheme over a science park, and in relation to the sale of the science park.
Katie has advised the directors of a retailer in relation to a Company Voluntary Arrangement that they wished to put to creditors and the effect that the CVA had on the company's lease obligations.
Katie acted for the Trustee in Bankruptcy of a husband and wife who formerly owned a public house and during the proceeds to obtain vacant possession of the matrimonial home raised various "trust" arguments.
Katie advised the liquidators of a eco-home development company in relation to issues arising from the restrictions on the title to the development site, the security of the site and in relation to a dispute with a partially secured creditor as to the extent of its entitlement under its security.
Katie has recently acted for and advised the administrators of a printing company in relation to their appointment and the sale of the business, dealing with the implications of the Insolvency Rules 2016 and the mandatory e-filing in the Companies Court, London.
Katie advised Receivers appointed under the Law of Property Act 1925 on their appointment by a bridging loan provider, obtaining vacant possession of three charged properties and selling all three properties, in the face of hostility and obstruction from the borrowers.
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