Posts By: Stephen Hunt

Griffins appointed as Liquidator of Total Debt Relief Limited

On 31 October 2018, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) successfully petitioned the High Court for Total Debt Relief Limited (TDR) to be wound-up in the public interest.  There was no challenge to the petition by the sole director of TDR nor by its Company Secretary who was also the sole shareholder. The FCA has subsequently…

Griffins appointed to Exmoor Partners LLP

On 25 September 2018 Stephen Hunt of Griffins Insolvency Litigation and Forensics was appointed as Provisional Liquidator of Exmoor Partners LLP. Exmoor is licensed by the Financial Conduct Authority to provide payment services and the petition for its winding up is in connection with a number of claims that have arisen through this activity.  It…

Property for Sale in Stourbridge

Offers in the Region Of £895,000 Located close to glorious countryside, “Sandon House” is an imposing Detached family home, set amongst approximately 6 acres of grounds occupying an enviable position with White Hill. HAVING NO UPWARD CHAIN. Please note that any services, heating system or appliances have not been tested, and no warranty can be…

Property for Sale in London NW10

Asking Price £650,000 An investment opportunity to purchase a mid terraced older style house, presently converted into two, two bedroom self-contained flats. Both flats benefit from two double bedrooms, direct access to a the garden, gas central heating and situated in this most convenient of location. Letchford Gardens is a quiet residential side road, situated in the…

Government proposes to legislate on Value Extraction Schemes

In October 2013 Griffins wrote a paper called “Balancing the Books” that proposed replacing the existing Extortionate Credit Transaction law with a “Fair Dealing” section that would enable an IP to reverse a transaction that; a) required the company to make unfair payments or b) created a disproportionate benefit to a third party at a…

Trevor Slack Joins Griffins as a Forensics Partner

Griffins is delighted to announce that Trevor Slack has joined the firm to become the new head of forensics. Trevor is a valuation expert and forensic accountant with over 20 years’ experience that now focuses on litigation support, valuation and international arbitration. Trevor’s extensive experience covers almost every aspect of forensics and valuation in almost…

Griffins succeed at the Supreme Court

In the matter of Burnden Holdings (UK) Limited v Fielding and another the Supreme Court has upheld the decision of the Court of Appeal in its interpretation is s.21(1)(b) Limitation Act 1980. Lord Kerr, Lord Sumption, Lord Carnwath, Lord Lloyd-Jones and Lord Briggs were unanimous in their view that the appeal should be dismissed, finding that section…