Life following art

“…by the late 1950s many of its features had become archaic and unsuited to modern conditions, and the Company’s commercial performance was suffering a progressive decline.”

This could be the blurb for one of the plotlines in the final part of the Cazalet chronicles, but is actually taken from the judgment of CIR v Carron Company, which I had to read this week. The feuding shareholders with aunt and nephew defying the appointment of an external manager could have come straight from Elizabeth Jane Howard’s saga.

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