“We are currently, via Capita, trying to achieve payment into court of a number of dissentient shareholder funds that are more than 12 years old.
The cut off date for claiming payments directly from Capita was 12 months ago and we are being advised that the Court is being “difficult” ( apparently on a point of principle about “commerciality” ) about accepting these funds from Capita. We are told that Capita have had to meet with Chief Master Winegarten to try to progress matters but that the courts seem in no hurry to resolve their concerns. Clearly, beneficiaries that have come out of the woodwork in the last 12 months are getting restless since they now can’t get hold of their funds until either the funds are accepted by the Court or we rescind the application.
Are we alone in this, or is anyone else experiencing similar problems paying into court either through Capita, or any other registrar?”