Group of former Halliwells partners hit with £21m High Court claim
Halliwells' administrators have launched a claim in the High Court against a group of former partners in a bid to reclaim more than £21m gained through a controversial 'reverse premium' property payout. BDO launched the claim against Halliwells' former chairman Ian Austin (pictured) and 31 other ex-partners in the Chancery Division of the High Court earlier this month (4 July).
Halliwells’ administrators have launched a claim in the High Court against a group of former partners in a bid to reclaim more than £21m gained through a controversial ‘reverse premium’ property payout.
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