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The Courts increasingly read implicit protections for bankrupt individuals into statutory powers, say Max Marenbon and Anneliese Mondschein in a recent article for the New Law Journal

In modern English bankruptcy law, the courts restrict their broad statutory powers by finding implicit procedural protections for bankrupt individuals, as two welcome recent decisions show. Max Marenbon and Anneliese Mondschein (pupil barrister) praise the court’s increasingly modern approach to interpreting statutory bankruptcy powers.

Max is a commercial chancery junior with a particular focus on company, trust and insolvency disputes, civil fraud and commercial litigation. His recent instructions include some of today’s most high profile or legally-innovative commercial and chancery disputes.

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