Media: Carrier challenges OW estate's test case

A dissatisfied carrier is now trying to bring a crucial trial case, aimed at securing a large sum for the OW Bunker estate, before the UK Supreme Court.

Photo: Kasper Palsnov/Jyllands-Posten

The estate after collapsed bunker trading company OW Bunker could end up not getting its hands on the significant sum of money that the estate's trustees have been chasing since the company went bankrupt in November last year, reports Danish daily Børsen.

The resolved test case from September 22 this year, which the trustees won and will use as leverage to demand hundreds of millions of dollars from several hundred customers, may now be challenged before the highest British court, the Supreme Court, informs lawyer Stephen Cogley of Quadrant Chambers, which represents carrier PST in the British case against OW Bunker's bankruptcy.

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