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An article that considers the Court of Appeal’s decision in Horton v Henry  EWCA Civ 989 where the Court of Appeal dismissed a trustee in bankruptcy’s appeal against the High Court’s decision that a bankrupt’s unexercised rights to draw his personal pension did not represent income to which he was entitled within the meaning of section 310(7) of the Insolvency Act 1986.
With the long-awaited decision of the Court of Appeal in Horton v Henry, the Looking Glass decision in Raithatha v Williamson is ﬁnally laid to rest.
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