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    Providing a full range of turnaround, insolvency and business advisory services.

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    Driffield (01377 257788)
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Redman Nichols Butler provides a full range of turnaround, insolvency and business advisory services to directors of limited companies, partnerships and individuals.

We offer a without obligation initial meeting for up to a day, free of charge at a client’s premises or our offices in Driffield, Scunthorpe or York at which the client’s financial circumstances will be reviewed and advice given.

For further information, or to arrange a free initial consultation, please contact Stella Flemmings and she will make you an appointment with one of our insolvency professionals.

Alternatively, please complete our online enquiry form and we will get back to you within 24 hours.

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  • No Autumn change in Capital Gains …. a day off for Rishi…

    No Budget in November! Anyone looking to place their company into a solvent liquidation now has more time to prepare for the MVL process as there will be no change in capital gains tax in the Autumn. Don’t forget that the costs of our MVLs start from £995 + Disbursements + VAT.

  • Liquidators unable to ‘google it’

    A recent dispute resolution case saw a liquidator apply to the High Court for an order to enable them to access a director’s personal Google account. The liquidator had been told by one of the directors that the Google account contained the company records, ie emails and accounts etc and that all the company business […]

  • Battle on the high street – retailers v landlords!

    Last week the fashion retailer New Look had a CVA approved by its creditors, the terms of which allowed them to write off 6 months of unpaid rent. The current trend for retailers proposing CVAs is to force landlords into agreeing to link rents to turnover. Some landlords are arguing that certain retailers are using […]

  • Restaurant war zone!!

    The moratorium on evictions which was introduced in April, may have helped struggling businesses over the lockdown period, but has it been fair to the landlords? With the date for the end of the moratorium looming (30 September) restaurants are lobbying the Government asking for support in the form of a moratorium extension so that […]