Slavenburg register

Slavenburg register
Since the Slavenburg case, it has become practice to register charges over present or future property in England and Wales, created by overseas companies which do not have an established place of business in England and Wales with the Registrar of Companies (Slavenburg's Bank N.V. v International Natural Resources Ltd [1980] I All ER 955). This register is known as the Slavenburg register and the charge must be registered within 21 days after the date of creation of the charge.
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