Receivers have no duty to find best price

In May 1996 the Royal Bank of Scotland demanded repayment of £4.3m and £620,891 from Silven Properties Ltd and Chart Enterprises Incorporated respectively. These companies owned 34 properties between them and were set up for the benefit of the Ezekiel family. The properties were all mortgaged to the bank and, ...

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