Defectively executed deeds of amendment — Briggs (and Others) v Gleeds (and Others) (High Court)

The High Court held that deeds of amendment going back more than 30 years had been incorrectly executed. The deeds failed to meet the execution requirements of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989. In particular, partners’ signatures were not attested by a witness.

The consequences for the pension scheme, as well as the sponsoring employer, are significant…

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