Dear Law Denning
It is a matter of determining what rental should have been paid that will be the arguments in court to what the forma documents say and why did the bank not discuss the situation with the occupier as opposed to just collecting the mortgage payments that had nothing to do with the rent of the building.
The winding up petition against the company relates to mortgage payments and not the rent and as my Father was adjudged bankrupt who now owns the building the Bank or the Trustee or the state.
If the property is owned by a company why have you been payingthe mortgage?
The winding up petition is in respect of what? The company thatowns the property or the company that rents and occupies the property?
I will tell you that when the judge said that you took legaladvice, he does actually mean sit down with a solicitor rather than search forit on the Internet. I appreciate that you know that you are speaking to asolicitor in me but the judge will not know that and you are going to have tosee a solicitor at some stage therefore.
You say that the property was formerly owned by your father butif he went bankrupt, the property would be vested in the trustee in bankruptcyunless the trustee disclaimed it because there was no equity in it.
I'm sorry, but at the moment I cannot understand what's happeningso you need to regurgitate the facts from start to finish please.
I then need to know what your question is please