Written By Lincoln CaylorIn Holyoake v Candy, a recent decision of the Chancery Division of the High Court of England and Wales, the court considered an application for a “notification injunction.” Instead of preventing the Candy brothers from transferring assets outright, the proposed notification injunction required the Candy brothers to notify Holyoake within three days of transferring assets. The judge granted Holyoake’s application, writing that if the court can prevent a defendant from disposing of his or her assets altogether, then plainly it can grant a less intrusive notification injunction. (more...)
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