VAR group Letrex Holdings Limited has won its appeal to stop the company being wound up.
As reported by CRN earlier this year, distributor Bell Micro had applied for Letrex Holdings to be closed down due to unsettled liabilities (CRN 23 May).
he initial hearing in August appeared to be a success for Bell, as a judge ordered that the company should cease trading.
But immediately afterwards, Letrex appealed the decision on the grounds that it was not present at the hearing and was unable to defend itself in person (CRN, 4 August).
A new hearing has been set for 18 November, after the appeal was heard on 19 September by district judge Watson, at Bristol Crown Court.
Letrex has been ordered to supply another copy of its first statement by the
end of September and Bell has once again been asked to submit its documentary
A Letrex representative told CRN: “This is a positive development considering we didn’t get the chance to attend the last hearing.”
Eddie Pacey, director of credit at Bell Micro, said: “We have agreed to the hearing on 18 November and will be attending personally.”
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