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Business premises – corporate tenant – claims against the tenant and an individual – lifting the veil of incorporation

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Business premises – corporate tenant – claims against the tenant and an individual – lifting the veil of incorporation

Dave Persad v Anirudh Singh [2017] UKPC 32 (30 October 2017)

We draw attention to this interesting Privy Council case because it restates the modern view as to the extent of the circumstances that will entitle a court to lift the veil of incorporation.

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