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UK Land Investments Administration

In the current bearish stock market conditions, some people will probably be looking at alternative forms of investments. Land banking might be one of those being considered. I have written a few posts on this topic before but thought I will post some updates following recent developments in the UK. If you are thinking of […]

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Update on Liquidation of UK Land Investments

Following the decision by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) of UK to shut down UK Land Investments, Lee Manning and Carlton Siddle of Deloitte & Touche LLP, the appointed Joint Administrators of the company, released a report on their findings a few days ago. Creditors (including plot owners) of the company are advised to read […]

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UK Land Investments to be Liquidated

On 1st April 2008, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) served a petition to UK Land Investments (UKLI) to cease operations. The hearing date is Monday, May 26, at the Royal Courts of Justice, known as London Companies Court, when the future of the company will be decided. You can view a copy of the liquidation […]

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Investing in UK Land

You might have found my blog because you were doing further research on this topic. In any investment (especially non-regulated ones), it pays to do your due diligence before you commit any sum of money. Successful investing is all about managing your risks and if you do not know what your risks are, you stand […]

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