Permission to Challenge a Trustee in Bankruptcy’s Remuneration
James Davies analyses the case of Singh v Hicken  EWHC 3277 (Ch); an appeal against the decision of a County Court judge refusing permission to Mr Singh, a discharged bankrupt, to challenge his trustee’s remuneration. Under Insolvency Rule 2016 18.35 the permission of the court is required before a bankrupt can make such a challenge.
James Davies represented Mr. Hicken both at first instance, where permission was refused, and on appeal to the High Court where the appeal was dismissed.
James Davies is a Commercial Law barrister with a particular emphasis on insolvency and bankruptcy. To view his profile click here.
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