‘Disquieting error’ in Bourke’s insolvency arrangement criticised by High Court
Mr Justice Mark Sanfey urged all personal insolvency practitioners to ‘reflect carefully’ on their obligations to the court
An explanation given for an "error“ in the personal insolvency arrangement for well-known restaurateur Jay Bourke has been described as “disquieting” by a High Court judge.
In a written judgment issued today, Mr Justice Mark Sanfey made a number of criticisms of John O’Callaghan, a personal insolvency practitioner (PIP) who works for KPMG and who acted for Bourke.
He also urged all PIPs to “reflect carefully” on their obligations to the court.
The issue related ...