19 April 2019 last updated at 20:37 GMT
 
Press Release
London High Court annuls bankruptcy order
Press release

Lalit Modi's position on a bankruptcy order he maintained "should never have been made" has been vindicated after it was annulled in the High Court in London. The order was originally made following an application by an alleged creditor.

Mr. Modi made an application for annulment on the grounds that the order should not have been made and at 11:15 am on Wednesday, Mr. Justice Newey granted the application.

After judgement, Lalit Modi said: " This was an order that should never have been granted in the first place, so I'm delighted it  has been dismissed."

 

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