Where the orchestrator of company transactions, who did not give evidence, had already been shown to be dishonest in a previous case, there was a danger in simply accepting submissions that he had been dishonest in every aspect of documents put before the court. The court should be alert to attempting its own reconstruction of events as cases could sometimes be decided on burden of proof.

[2005] EWHC 1052 (Ch)

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