An Application Calls At the Court of Session Tomorrow re Winding Up a Football Club!

Tomorrow’s Court of Session list

 

Have a look at case number 3 before Lord Hodge.

Is anyone surprised? More to follow!

Thursday 3rd November

LORD HODGE

 

PETITION DEPARTMENT

 

UNSTARRED MOTIONS

1 Note: CNS Subsea Ltd to extend administration

 

Dundas & Wilson    
2 Pet: Caradale Brick Limited to wind up

 

Maclay Murray & Spens LLP

 

   
3 P1176/11 Pet: Heart of Midlothian plc to wind up

 

Paul Johnston  
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9 Comments

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9 responses to “An Application Calls At the Court of Session Tomorrow re Winding Up a Football Club!

  1. droid

    is this HoM being wound up or are they applying to serve an order on another club?

  2. Moi

    In the scheme of things this is sad.

  3. Ronnie Van Zant

    Is this genuine?

  4. Alf

    It’s HMRC.

    I’m pretty sure Hearts have been here before.

  5. The reapers looming again! He is a busy man….Tick-tock-Tick-tock!

  6. j thomas

    Oh all the sorry Hobbits getting their nickers in a twist. It’s HMRC winding up a previopus court order.

    Quote:
    An HMRC official said the court action was to have a winding-up order dismissed.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-15566905

    Sad sad Hobbits you can’t beat us on the pitch so have to resort to fantasy.

    • J Thomas,

      Please can you explain what Hobbits are in this context and are they people opposed to Hearts?

      Do you think this relates to a team other than Hearts?

      I am unclear and your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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