Bolton Whites Hotel Case Given Three-Week Adjournment

  • April 17, 2019 | By Chris Mann
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A winding up hearing against Bolton Whites Hotel has been adjourned until May 8, which is now shaping up to be a momentous day for Bolton Wanderers.

The hearing, which was held at the High Court, related to a petition served by MCL Create - an events and technology company based in Manchester.

In defence of the Hotel, Barrister Hilary Stonefrost managed to negotiate a three-week adjournment, moving the case to the same date as the ongoing petition issued by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) against Wanderers, the club.

EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey has gone on record with his belief that Bolton have sufficient funds to complete the final fortnight of the Championship season, which concludes just three days before the Trotters are due to return to court.

HMRC are actively seeking liquidation, although it is understood Wanderers do have alternative options - including but not limited to administration - following the revelation from current owner Ken Anderson that he has withdrawn funding.

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