As joint administrators, we are offering the following freehold offices for sale at Unit 6 Acorn Business Park, Moss Road, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN32 0LW.
On 6 April 2017, new insolvency rules will be introduced. This will be the most significant change to insolvency rules since 1986. The new rules are set to streamline certain procedures and use modern technology and are designed to make insolvency procedures more efficient, minimise costs and therefore maximise the return to creditors.
It reads like the plot of a new John Le Carre novel but a former HBOS banker and five other financiers have been jailed for their part in a £245m loans scandal.
In the matter of Horton v Henry the Court was asked to decide whether the debtor, Mr Henry should be made to draw down on his pension for the benefit of the creditors in his bankruptcy.
Directors of failed companies whose actions are deemed by the Insolvency Service to have fallen short of acceptable standards may now be subject to a Court order to pay compensation out of their own pockets to creditors of the limited company.
We would like to wish everybody a very happy New Year!
Merry Christmas from Redman Nichols Butler!!!
Our offices will be closed on 26th and 27th December 2016 and on 2nd January 2017 but will be open during normal office hours for the remainder of the festive period.
Two company directors, Thomas Gerald Atcheson and Linda Ann Atcheson, have been disqualified from acting as directors of a limited company for 13 years each.
We’ve just been appointed jointed administrators for a company based in Grimsby. One of the assets we’re trying to sell are free whole commercial offices. The offices are located just near the town centre with great access to the A50 and A180, the asking price is £3095.00 and if you’re interested please contact us today.
John talks though the latest directory disqualification stats which have just been released for last year.
Last year there were about 1100 directors who were disqualified.
The average length of disqualification was just under 6 years, with 1 in 10 directors receiving a disqualification of 10 years or more.