News and Insights
29 March 2017
Case briefing: Stock v Pantrust
Directors of St. John’s Manor Ltd accepted a secured loan from Pantrust, which co belonged to one of them, and the disclosure of this director’s conflict of interest was found to be manifestly inadequate.
The court declined to exercise its discretion to set Pantrust’s security aside, holding that the requirements of CJL Art 76 had not been met because there were third parties lenders behind Pantrust who would thereby lose out and because it was not claimed the loan made was neither reasonable or fair.
Breaching rules about declaring conflicts of interest need not always be fatal if you can get within the statutory qualifications to the rule.
If you need help or advice on declaring conflicts of interest please contact Christopher on: +44 (0)1534 632255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.