exiledscouser wrote:ceylon2 wrote:Right, why is Patel in court in November?
So far as we know it is for obstructing a bailiff at the time of the most recent eviction, pretty much the same offence Chrisy 'Bailiff Baiter' Morris was arrested for and ultimately convicted of when Rekha was first evicted. It is a summary only matter but a conviction may well kill off a continuing career in teaching.
Thank you exiledscouser for that. So now we need to go back to when she sold the property for £2 and didn't the judge state he could not interfere with the title register unless in accordance with the law. This is where the legal team would move into action with s423 defrauding creditors. The legal team had a unilateral notice on the asset. Now the judge can do something after hearing all arguments and the eviction took place.