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The housing estate, the Court of Appeal and the £20 million Henry Moore sculpture

The basis for Bromley’s claim was that it was the successor to the assets of London Residuary Body (LRB) – the LRB having been established to dispose of the GLC’s assets when it was dissolved in 1986.

Confused? Fortunately the High Court was not.... To read more about how Tower Hamlets’ recent victory in the Court of Appeal to retain ownership of a Henry Moore sculpture, did not come easy, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.

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