Halliwells £4m liability dispute escalates as partners exit LLP
The dispute over Halliwells' outstanding £4m in property liabilities has come to a head after 90 ex-partners resigned from the defunct firm's limited liability partnership (LLP). Filings with Companies House confirm the resignations - including former chief executive Ian Austin and approximately 30 equity partners - which came after a resolution to alter the partnership deed was agreed earlier this month. The changes enabled partners to resign with immediate effect without having to serve a notice period.
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