Notts County FC have recently received another winding-up petition due to outstanding tax debts. The club has reportedly been given 7 weeks to pay their debts to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) following a hearing on Monday.
Notts County’s Fifth Court Hearing
Following a hearing in London’s High Court on Monday 19 December 2016, Notts County FC have been given 7 weeks to pay their outstanding tax bills. The outstanding amount is believed to be in the region of £350,000.
At the hearing, the judge was informed that the club had found a buyer and therefore agreed to adjourn the matter until the 6 February 2016.
Notts County FC have reportedly managed to get winding-up petitions dismissed by HMRC in 2010, 2013 and earlier this year by paying their outstanding tax bills.
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