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Unlike other assets, properties have to be managed and markets can be very illiquid, he says.
It is significant that some market contacts have expressed misgiving about the present scale of demand for risky and potentially illiquid assets.
He spent over £ 250,000 on litigation and on his death in 1859 was not insolvent but seriously illiquid.