Cashless payments systems business bought out of administration
January 25th 2023
Following the appointment of Julian Pitts and Jamie Taylor of Begbies Traynor and Jason Callender of Panos Eliades Callender & Co as joint administrators of Leeds-headquartered Tappit Technologies…
What’s In a Name? Understanding Phoenixism and the Insolvency Act
November 23rd 2022
One of the many responsibilities of a limited company director is to ensure their company is run in accordance with the Insolvency Act 1986 at all times.
Historic Monk Fryston Hall Hotel placed into administration
September 27th 2022
On 16 September 2022 Julian Pitts and Bob Maxwell of Begbies Traynor were appointed as joint administrators of Monk Fryston Hall Hotel Ltd.
Joint and Several Liability Notices: Directors of insolvent companies face greater personal exposure to tax liabilities
December 10th 2021
While company directors are generally protected by limited liability, recovery powers granted to HMRC in the Finance Act 2020 mean directors can face greater personal liability for tax debts held by the company in the event of insolvency.
Dissolution loophole set to be closed
May 18th 2021
New legislation, which aims to prevent company directors avoiding investigation into their conduct by informally striking off their company instead of entering an insolvency process, has had its first reading in Parliament and looks set to become law
Hundreds of jobs saved as Yorkshire-based Fazenda restaurant chain bought out of administration
March 2nd 2021
Julian Pitts and Bob Maxwell of Begbies Traynor in Leeds were appointed joint administrators of City District Limited, which trades as the Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill alongside sister brand Picanh…
Design and build contractor placed into administration
December 22nd 2020
Health and housing property business, Ashley House plc, has been placed into administration following an unsuccessful Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA).
Award‐winning restaurant falls victim to Covid lockdown
October 14th 2020
Award‐winning North Yorkshire restaurant and inn, the General Tarleton at Ferrensby near Boroughbridge, has been placed into creditors voluntary liquidation after a period of closure forced by the Covid-19 pandemic.