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    TheLawMan2 23rd August 2018 at 09:29
    D&P were getting paid, selling history or not. Are you alleging that Green paid them more for the history ?
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    No he paid less when the CVA failed

    Cluster One Also Commented

    Bonkers OCNC Thread
    4.1 The Club continued to trade under the control of the Joint Administrators up to the date of the sale of the business and assets of the Company to Sevco on 14 June 2012. During this period, the Club was able to complete all of its remaining SPL fixtures and achieved second place in the final SPL standings for the 2011/2012 season. 4.2 The continuation of trading operations enabled the Joint Administrators to put the CVA Proposal to the creditors of the Company and after the CVA Proposal was rejected by creditors, the Joint Administrators were able to secure a going concern sale of the business, history and assets of the Company to Sevco (see Section 5 for further details).

    4.4 Following the sale of business and assets of the Company, the responsibility for maintaining all trading operations passed to Sevco which continues to operate the Club. ……………….. The Club continued to trade up to the date of the sale of the business and assets of the Company to Sevco on 14 June 2012. the Club was able to complete all of its remaining SPL fixtures. The continuation of trading operations enabled the Joint Administrators to put the CVA Proposal to the creditors of the Company and after the CVA Proposal was rejected by creditors. Following the sale of business and assets of the Company, the responsibility for maintaining all trading operations passed to Sevco which continues to operate the Club. …………………. From that i get The Club continued to trade. trade as in play football and complete it's fixtures and whilst this was happening D&P put a CVA Proposal to the creditors,that was rejected and the responsibility for maintaining all trading operations passed to Sevco which continues to operate the Club. ……… the responsibility for maintaining all trading operations.ie playing football.This operation now fell to sevco to see if they could get a club up and running,as D&P had done what they could and all they could. Now this is me retiringfrown


    Bonkers OCNC Thread
    Before i retire to read the link.

     

    Administrators were able to secure a going concern sale of the business, history and assets of the

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    D & P’s assertion that they sold the history could. Until it is questioned in a court of law it has not been proven one way or another..
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    So who said D&P could sell history? Do they have a licence to sell history.If there is such a thing.If it has not been provan in a court of law that you can or can’t sell history.Why do D&P believe they have the right to do so?
    D&P Were being paid.And maybe an increase in payment if they could come up with the best proposal they could.Adding in a bit of history even if they could or could not do it,it was the best proposal they could come up with.
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    Bonkers OCNC Thread
    42.The continuation of trading operations enabled the Joint Administrators to put the CVA Proposal
    to the creditors of the Company and after the CVA Proposal was rejected by creditors, the Joint
    Administrators were able to secure a going concern sale of the business, history and assets of the
    Company to Sevco (see Section 5 for further details).
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    4.4 Following the sale of business and assets of the Company, the responsibility for maintaining all
    trading operations passed to Sevco which continues to operate the Club. The Joint
    Administrators have completed a handover of operational matters to Sevco and are now
    undertaking an exercise to finalise all outstanding issues relating to the Administration trading
    period.
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    Why was history mentioned in section 42, but not in section 44?
    ………As i said,just catching up.


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