Trinity Business and Property Barrister, James McHugh was a speaker at Chambers’ Commercial Litigation Conference held in Leeds in 2022. James delivered a session entitled:
‘Stand and Deliver’ - Avoiding the Common Pitfalls When Issuing a Statutory Demand
Statutory Demands are a regular part of the commercial litigator’s toolbox. When used properly they can be a speedy and cost-effective way of recovering money on behalf of clients given the serious consequence on non-compliance. Unfortunately, those serious consequences also mean that when Statutory Demands are not used correctly, then they can lead to prolonged and expensive satellite litigation.
James' talk highlights some of the most common areas of dispute relating to Statutory Demands that he frequently deals with and in turn how to avoid them.
James’ highly practical session covers:
- Disputed Debts
- Offers to Compound/Secure the debt
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This seminar recording and its accompanying notes are made available for educational and information purposes only. The views expressed in it are those of the speakers. The contents do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied on as such. The speakers and Trinity Chambers accept no responsibility for the continuing accuracy of the contents. Contact Trinity Chambers if you have a specific legal query.
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