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London High Court: Chancery Division

December 2, 2016

The Chancery Division deals
with company law, partnership
claims, conveyancing, land
law, probate, patent and
taxation cases, and consists of
17 High Court judges, headed
by the Chancellor of the High
Court. BUT!! In reality is
headed by the vice Chancellor
so that a politician is not sitting
at court.
The division includes three
specialist courts: the
Companies Court, the Patents
Court and the Bankruptcy
Court.
Chancery Division judges
normally sit in London, but also
hear cases in Cardiff, Bristol,
Birmingham, Manchester,
Liverpool, Leeds and
Newcastle.

SOURCE:
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TID OG STED:
Til december skal udlandsdanske Jan Bonde Nielsen for retten i Chancery Division i London i et milliard-slagsmål om bl.a. umådeligt indviklede ejendomshandler.
Det fremgår af bogen ”Jan Bonde Nielsen Afsløret”. Den udkom i begyndelsen af 2016 og er forfattet af Birgitte Dyrekilde og Michael Teschl, der begge er journalister.

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