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Court removes liquidators for apparent bias - 7th Aug 2014

Court removes liquidators for apparent bias
Courts will remove liquidators where there's apparent bias even where it might cause significant inconvenience and expense to the liquidation. Read the article here.

A liquidator must be independent, and seen to be independent. A court may remove a liquidator where there is an actual or reasonable apprehension of bias in the liquidator's conduct.

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