Debt factors and equitable set-off - rare application of little used and understood rights

The received wisdom is that if a debtor is considering equitable set-off arguments, they are clutching at straws. A recent case shows a rare example of when such rights can successfully be used.

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Suzanne Padmore Partner

  • Pensions Disputes
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