Guidance

Control of cases: insolvency practitioner guidance paper

This publication guides insolvency practitioners to ensure that cases are properly controlled and administered at all times.

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Insolvency appointments are personal to an individual insolvency practitioner, who has an obligation to ensure that cases are properly controlled and administered at all times. However, issues can arise when an insolvency practitioner delegates work to others, or takes appointments jointly with other practitioners. In such circumstances, a practitioner’s planning and administrative arrangements will need to consider how best to ensure that cases are properly controlled at all times, and that proper regard is paid to the interests of creditors and other affected parties