If the following is to be believed however, all did not go well for Mr. Ravenscroft, oh no, not very well at all;
If that is right then the value of the boat in question will just about cover the £80k claret bill for m'learned friends. Another total victory !!!11!!!So why oh why has a single Judge Asplin, in the lower court, the Rolls building in London, on 24 July 2017, just ordered costs in a similar case of the local council extorting mooring licence fees, with costs in the sum of £80,000 in favour of Shoesmiths solicitors, Newark & Sherwood County Council & Enforcement officers and the haulage and storage companies that stole his riverboat in Jan 2015 in the case of Leigh Ravenscroft V Canal & River Trust ???
It'll have been trebles all round at Shoesmiths - kerching!