Let's suppose A provides some type of services to B in exchange for a monthly payment. A assigns the benefit of all payments it is entitled to receive from B, to C, in exchange for £1.
Under what circumstances could either A or B seek to recover any payments made to C by B? Assume the governing law is that of England and Wales.
Recovery by A: Upon A receiving the consideration of £1 from C, I'm assuming there are no legal grounds for A to recover any payments made by B to C.
Recovery by B: I'm assuming there are no legal grounds for B to recover any payments made by B to C, as C has no obligations to B under the agreement between A and B. I'm ignoring clawbacks in the event of insolvency.
If B was to stop making payments to C that were due and payable, I'm assuming only C has the right to take legal action against B for the late payments?