LIQUIDATION OF FAREPAK – THE FACTS

Unfairpak wish to clear up in-factual information that is being put out into the World Wide Web.

All Agents of Farepak receive an Annual Report each year it is a shortened version of that which is sent to trade suppliers and former employees of Farepak.  The Agents are asked to show their customers said Reports in order to keep the costs down.  Alternatively, if customers have access to the internet, they can download these reports at www.farepak.co.uk .

If you were an Agent and are still receiving Annual Reports then your claim is registered!  You only need to notify The Claims Management Team if you have changed your name or address.  You need to write to  Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404 , Swindon, SN2 9EQ with details of your new address or new name.  If you have been married send a photocopy of your marriage certificate.  If your are the next of kin of an Agent who has sadly died, please send a photocopy of their death certificate to the Claims Management Team.

If you were a customer of Farepak, please check with your Agent that they submitted your claim in 2006/2007.  If your Agent confirms that they did and you have not changed your name or address since 2006 then you have to do nothing.  If you have changed your name or address since 2006 you need to write to  Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404 , Swindon, SN2 9EQ with details of your old address and new address.  If you have gotten married you need to send a photocopy of your Marriage Certificate.  If sadly, you are next of kin of a customer who has died, then you have to send a photocopy of the Death Certificate to the Claims Management Team.

Unfairpak are fully equipped to deal with all matters relating to Farepak and we can answer all questions in respect of same.  The difference between Unfairpak answering questions and the Claims Management Team is the fact it saves time and money.  The Claims Management Team are inundated, as are Unfairpak.  However, Unfairpak works on a purely voluntary basis and by contacting us you are not adding to the costs of the liquidation.

If people are advising you to write direct or in fact email people at BDO, these people are actually causing you to incur costs in respect of the liquidation.  Again, Unfairpak would stress that we have a direct line to BDO and if we cannot answer your question ourselves, we can have a response within basically an hour to your question.

Regarding the non receipt of Farepak Response Fund vouchers prior to Christmas 2006.  Please DO NOT submit a claim to BDO.  This is false and inaccurate information which is being given out.  The issue of the non receipt of vouchers is being looked into and Unfairpak should be in a position next week to advise in respect of same.  What Unfairpak would like to point out is the fact that it was vouchers that were sent out prior to Christmas 2006 NOT cash.  Accordingly, please think back and ask yourself “did I receive vouchers from my Agent prior to Christmas 2006”.  The vouchers were Love 2 Shop vouchers and were distributed registered delivery by Park Group Plc.

If there is anything we can do to help, please ask.  As we have stated, if we cannot answer your question directly, we can have a response, during normal working hours, within an hour at the latest.

 

Farepak Website Updated 17 July 2012

http://www.farepak.co.uk/

Unfairpak can advise that the cut off date for registering claims, updating names, changes of address etcetera has been extended until 7 August 2012 due to the volume of calls, emails etcetera by customers querying various points.

Please note that a PHOTOCOPY will suffice when you have to provide copy death certificate.

Same applies for a Marriage Certificate, a PHOTOCOPY will suffice.

Cheques will now begin to go out in September instead of August.

Updated 17 July 2012

 

Martha H Thompson and Dermot Power of BDO LLP, Kings Wharf, 20-30 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3EX were appointed Joint Liquidators of Farepak on 4 October 2007.

This follows the appointment of Martha H Thompson and Shagun Dubey of BDO LLP, Kings Wharf, 20-30 Kings Road, Reading, Berkshire, RG1 3EX as Joint Administrators over the assets and business of Farepak on 13 October 2006.

Extension of Final Deadline to Submit Customer and Agent Claims

Following the announcement that the Joint Liquidators will be making dividend payments to creditors, including customers and agents, a number of people have asked for additional time so that they can make sure they have sent in their claims and have updated their personal details.

The Joint Liquidators can confirm that they will give customers and agents an additional three weeks, up to 7 August 2012, to make sure their claims and details are correct.

Because customers and agents are being allowed this extra time, this will mean that the Joint Liquidators will send out cheques during September.

Customers and agents who need to contact the Claims Management Team to submit a claim or to update their details should do so by 7 August 2012 by writing to Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404, Swindon, SN2 9EQ.

After 7 August 2012, the Joint Liquidators will begin the process of producing cheques and all of the money held by the Liquidators will be paid to creditors, including customers and agents, during September. This will mean that the Joint Liquidators will not be able to accept new claims from customers and agents that are sent in after 7 August 2012.

Joint Liquidators announce dividend payment

The Joint Liquidators of Farepak have announced that they will be making dividend payments to Farepak’s creditors, including customers and agents. In addition, the Joint Liquidators will at the same time distribute the £8million ex-gratia payment to customers and agents made by Lloyds Banking Group. The ex-gratia payment will be issued by the Joint Liquidators at no additional cost. The dividend payment – approved by the Liquidation Committee – marks the end of the liquidation of Farepak for creditors.

The Joint Liquidators have been working throughout the liquidation to recover as much money as possible for creditors as directed by the Liquidation Committee, which was set up by court order to represent all those who lost money as a result of the collapse of Farepak. This work has required the Joint Liquidators to investigate a number of possible claims and engage in legal proceedings with third parties. The Joint Liquidators have now finished their investigations and recovered as much money as possible for creditors and are in a position to pay a dividend.

Farepak collapsed leaving no money to pay a dividend to its creditors. The Joint Liquidators are now able to confirm that a payment will be made to customers and agents of approximately 32p in the £. This sum includes the dividend payment of approximately 13p in the £ secured by the Joint Liquidators and the £8million ex-gratia payment made by Lloyds Banking Group. The Joint Liquidators will aim to make payments to Farepak’s 114,000 creditors during September.

When added to the 17.5p in the £ given to all customers and agents by the Farepak Response Fund charity, set up by the Department for Trade and Industry in 2006, the dividend payment means that customers and agents of Farepak will have received a total of approximately 50p in the £.

Further details on dividend payments

By law, the Joint Liquidators must take certain steps during the time between the announcement of the dividend payment, and when the cheques are sent out to all creditors including customers and agents.

The Joint Liquidators have also agreed to give customers and agents an extra three weeks to allow them to provide information about their claims and to update their personal details.

Based on the time needed to complete the above, the Joint Liquidators will aim to make payments during September.

 

1. How much money will I get? 

The work undertaken by the Joint Liquidators has increased the dividend payable to approximately 13p in the £, compared to nothing when Farepak went into administration. The Joint Liquidators will also distribute the £8m ex-gratia payment to customers and agents made by Lloyds Banking Group at the same time as the dividend payments, This will mean that customers and agents will receive a total payment of approximately 32p in the £.

This will mean that, for example:

– a customer or agent with a claim of £100 will receive approximately £32;

– a customer or agent with a claim of £500 will receive approximately £160; and

– a customer or agent with a claim of £1,000 will receive approximately £320.

The Joint Liquidators will aim to make payments to Farepak’s 114,000 creditors during September.

 

2. Why are payments being made by cheque, and not directly into bank accounts?

 

The Joint Liquidators are making the dividend payments by cheque because it is the best way of ensuring the money reaches the right person in this case.

 

3. Is this the final payment I will receive?

 

The dividend payment is the total and final payment that will be made to creditors. The dividend payment marks the end of the liquidation of Farepak for creditors, including customers and agents.

 

4. Why has the estimated dividend changed?

 

As with all administration and liquidation processes, it is not possible to calculate the exact dividend payment until all monies are recovered, the final number of creditors is known and all work is completed. For this reason, all dividend figures that have been shared by the Joint Liquidators (formerly Joint Administrators) to date have been based on projections and clearly set out as estimates.

 

As directed by the Liquidation Committee, which was set up by court order to represent all those who lost money as a result of the collapse of Farepak, the Joint Liquidators have been working throughout the course of the administration and liquidation to recover as much money as possible for creditors, including customers and agents. This work has required the Joint Liquidators to investigate a number of possible claims and engage in legal proceedings with third parties. The Joint Liquidators have now finished their investigations and are in a position to pay a dividend.

 

The work undertaken by the Joint Liquidators has increased the dividend payable to approximately 13p in the £, compared to nothing when Farepak went into administration. The Joint Liquidators will also distribute the £8million ex-gratia payment to customers and agents made by Lloyds Banking Group at the same time as the dividend payment. This means that customers and agents will receive a total payment of approximately 32p in the £.

 

Changes of personal details

 

Changes of name

 

Creditors who have changed their name since submitting their original claim but not notified the Claims Management Team should register their change of name by sending details of their name, their agent’s number, the amount of their claim, a copy of their marriage certificate or copies of other documentation and their signature to Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404, Swindon, SN2 9EQ by 7 August. The Claims Management Team is not able to deal with changes of name over the telephone or via email for security reasons. The Joint Liquidators can confirm that customers and agents do not need to send in original certificates.

 

 

Changes of address

 

Creditors who have changed their address since submitting their original claim but not notified the Claims Management Team should register their change of address by sending details of their name, their agent’s number, the amount of their claim, their old address, their new address and their signature to Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404, Swindon, SN2 9EQ by 7 August. The Claims Management Team is not able to deal with changes of address over the telephone or via email for security reasons.

 

Notification of customer / agent death

 

We are not able to deal with notifications of death over the telephone for security reasons. If you wish to notify us of the death of an agent or customer, please send a copy of the death certificate and the new address for correspondence together with the agent’s number (if known), to: Claims Management Team, Farepak Food & Gifts Limited – In Liquidation, PO Box 3404 , Swindon, SN2 9EQ. The Joint Liquidators can confirm that customers and agents do not need to send in original certificates.

 

Report to Creditors

Please click here for information about the 2011 report to creditors

Trust Monies

Please click here for information about the Trust monies ruling on 31 July 2009.

Media Reporting Farepak “victims” to get 50% back – FACTS

There are many media reports circulating with headlines such as “Farepak customers will get half their money back”; “Farepak victims to receive 50 p for every £ saved”; “Farepak customers to receive half of money owed” etcetera.

Unfairpak would like to state that we have been contacted by customers in excess of 400 by various means.  They have been quite clear on what is being reported.  They know they are to receive a further 32 pence in the £.  Some of these customers have acknowledged they received the 17.5 pence in the £ prior to Christmas 2006 and some are stating they did not receive same. 

What Unfairpak can confirm is the fact that the liquidators sent a “mirrored image” of the Farepak database to the Farepak Response Fund.  The vouchers were then sent out to Agents on the database to distribute to their customers.  These vouchers were sent registered delivery by Park Group Plc. 

We [liquidators and Unfairpak] are looking into possible reasons why some people may have not received same and hope to have an answer early next week which we will report on.

Unfairpak concede that some of the headlines are “misleading” in the media but as aforesaid, over 400 customers who have contacted us ARE clear it is 32 pence they are to receive.

When our National Campaign Co-ordinator spoke to the Press Association, this is what she said:-

Suzy Hall, national co-ordinator for campaign group Unfairpak, hailed today’s announcement as a victory.

She said: “To think we started in 2006 with zero. To finally be able to pay out an extra 32p is a fantastic result. Never in my wildest imagination did I think we would get back 50p in the pound. Unfairpak believe we have won.”

Suzy has NEVER stated to any newspaper that customers are to RECEIVE 50 pence back in the £.  She has clearly given a breakdown of the 50 pence in the £ and every newspaper that we have seen have reported the 17.5 pence in the £ will bring the total payout to 50 pence in the £.  Being pedantic, the figure is actually 49.5 pence in £ although we have obviously not used half pennies for years now.

 

Unfairpak Meeting Vince Cable 12 July 2012

Unfairpak can advise that the meeting that was set up by Yvonne Fovargue MP with Vince Cable did take place today.

Unfairpak were represented as were FVC, Yvonne Fovargue MP, Sir Ian McCartney, Ian Murray MP, Katy Clark MP and Jessica Morden MP were all in attendance along with various members of the Department of Business and Innovation.

Dr Cable did have an Agenda he wished to follow and detailed same but it turned out said Agenda was not adhered to.  The Insolvency Service explained that they had not waited for a report from the Insolvency Practitioner but had in fact commissioned a “fact finding” enquiry into the collapse of the group.  Their enquiries gave “cause for concern” regarding the directors’ “conduct” and they accordingly decided to take against against the directors.  The advised that 2 directors took undertakings while the other 9 chose to defend same.

Counsel had given the Insolvency Service a 50% chance of being successful.  However, as witnesses began to give evidence and started contradicting themselves, it was evident that the case had to be dismissed.  Unfairpak have to point out that the directors have been found guilty of NOTHING and have had the case against them dismissed.

The Insolvency Service advised that a “Lesson’s Learned” will be commissioned by themselves for use in future cases.

Talk turned to “what to do next” and the subject of regulation of the pre-payment industry came up.

Sir Ian McCartney was very vocal regarding the success of the Christmas Pre-payment Association and Suzy Hall was able to advise that the CPA have been in talks with the Financial Services Compensation Authority.  Suzy advised that the CPA are close to announcing shortly that the CPA and FSCA have agreed terms whereby if a member company had funds invested in a bank and that bank were to go to the wall, the FSCA would step in.  The general consensus was that supermarkets with Christmas saving schemes should become members of the CPA.  However, FVC pointed out that this would “not happen” as the CPA is “self-regulatory”.

Unfairpak and Yvonne Fovargue MP will press the supermarkets again and ask if they will re consider.  Suzy did advise Katy Clark and Jessica Morden after the meeting that a solicitor acting on behalf of a supermarket had called the CPA telephone line regarding how to go about joining the CPA.  Suzy advised Jessica and Katy that the solicitor would not name which supermarket she was calling on behalf of.

Yvonne Fovargue mentioned many pre-payment schemes which are not regulated and stated that a “big sign” stating “your savings are not protected” should be above such schemes.  Yvonne has a long history of working with Citizens Advice Bureau and Unfairpak felt it wrong that she did not get to speak longer given that it was her who secured the meeting.

FVC called for an enquiry into the administration/liquidation of Farepak Food & Gifts Limited.  Mr Cable indicated that this would not be happening but that the Insolvency Industry as a whole would be looked at.

For the record, again, after the meeting, Suzy spoke to both Jessica and Katy and explained that the Liquidation Committee of Farepak Food & Gifts Limited were very “vocal” and when said Liquidation Committee were first presented fees to approve, we asked for a 10% discount and were given same.  Suzy also advised Katy and Jessica that BDO had waived their fee in respect of dealing with the Farepak Response Fund and in dealing with the £8 million Mr Cable shamed Lloyds into donating.  Both Jessica and Katy took on board Suzy’s comments that perhaps had it been another liquidator acting, this may not have happened.  Suzy also clarified with Jessica and Katy that the evidence presented to the Liquidation Committee proved that the liquidators should purse third parties.

During the meeting FVC indicated that BDO had “misled” the public into thinking they were getting 50% back in compensation.  Suzy attempted to explain that the figures were set out in BDO’s press release and with all the media work she [Suzy] had done, regarding the compensation, she had set out clearly that customers received 17.5 pence in the £ from the Farepak Response Fund in 2006 with a further 32 pence in the £ coming from the liquidators.  Suzy did point out during the meeting that it was “thanks to Mr Cable” that Lloyds had been “shamed” into paying a further £8 million. 

Unfairpak have to state that since the announcement by BDO we have had in excess of 150 members join our site.  We have answered in excess of 200 emails and have lost count of the number of telephone calls that we have received on the information line.  Not one single person has indicated to Unfairpak that they thought they were receiving 50% back.  The queries have been in relation to claims, changes of address, change of names, sadly customers stating that they did not receive the 17.5 pence in £ from their Agents prior to Christmas 2006 and again, sadly, deaths.

Unfairpak have confirmed directly with BDO and have ascertained that a “mirrored image” of the Farepak database with all Agents names and addresses was sent to the Farepak Response Fund.  Unfairpak can further confirm that all vouchers were sent out registered post to Agents by Park Group Plc.

Accordingly, Unfairpak completely refute FVC’s allegation that BDO are “misleading” customers.  We also completely refute FVC’s allegation that Suzy, herself, has “misled” customers.  As we have had contacts by various means in excess of 400 customers who eithere received the 17.5 pence or did not but who were all very clear that it was 32 pence in the £ that they would be receiving now.

The meeting was concluded and Unfairpak can confirm that Suzy was asked to “stay behind” by Vince Cable before the meeting actually started.  Suzy had sensitive details to provide in respect of HBOS which she did not feel should be shared with anyone else.  A full account of these details were taken and Unfairpak can confirm that we and Yvonne Fovargue have been advised to write to George Moody MP and Andrew Tyrie MP to call for everyone at HBOS in 2006 involved with Farepak, to be called and brought before the Treasury Select Committee.

Unfairpak can also confirm that in respect of our involvement with the Crown Currency Exchange Action Group, Suzy did pass on documentation to Mr Cable and asked him to investigate Barclay’s role in this debacle.  We shall continue to work with the Crown Currency Action Group and hopefully aid them in gaining a satisfactory result.

After the meeting Graham Hiscott from the Daily Mirror interviewed FVC and their respective MPs and Suzy Hall and Yvonne Fovargue in respect of the Daily Mirror’s “Guard Our Cash” Campaign.  Hopefully with the help of the Daily Mirror, we can flag up regulations which are lacking on behalf of customers.

Any questions, please feel free to comment below.

 

HBOS, FAREPAK AND EHR DIRECTORS

Having only had time to skim read Mr Justice Peter Smith’s statement, we will make the following comments.

Regarding Mr Peter Johnson to be the only person to criticise the Farepak model due to the fact that Park Group Plc ringfence customers’ monies, Park were put in the position of ringfencing customers’ monies due to the collapse of Farepak.  We obviously agree with customers’s monies being ringfenced and the Christmas Pre-payment Association has now traded successfully for almost 6 years.

Regarding what the Directors of EHR/Farepak should have done earlier is basically given the creditors the truth.  The directors advised us of the collapse of Choice but informed us that a new agreement with Grass Roots had been made for Bonusbond vouchers.  Yes, a new agreement had been reached but said agreement required payment up front.  The directors of Farepak must have known they would not have had enough money to pay for the vouchers up front.

Farepak customers were never given a choice over what to do.  We were not told of cashflow problems, we were not told that when Choice collapsed, Farepak would have to pay up front for vouchers and the significance of this fact.  We were not told that EHR’s shares were suspended on 23 August 2006.  If we had been told these very important points, how many of us would have wished our money back?  We suspect practically every single saver and Farepak would have known that also and known that they would never be able to repay us due to the fact HBOS had our money as it was swept up daily from the Farepak account into the EHR account and then directly to HBOS.

Unfairpak still believe to this day that the directors do have questions which require to be answered and we will now not get those answers.  We note Mr Justice Peter Smith has stated that the evidence will be made available for any interested party wishing to read same.  We can confirm that Unfairpak will request said evidence and it does not matter how long it takes us to read same, we will do it and we shall report on it.

Now to matters relating to HBOS.  HBOS is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Lloyds Banking Group.  Accordingly, Unfairpak will now be launching a new campaign and that is to have the money that HBOS took from us, returned.

We note that they are refusing to return any money stating they paid 2 million into the Farepak Response Fund.  This is not good enough! Unfairpak demonstrated, quite correctly, at HBOS in 2006 whilst they sipped champagne inside the HQ in Edinburgh.  We were presented with a letter criticising our campaign and criticising our National Campaign Co-ordinator, Suzy Hall.  This letter can be seen on our forum and also on You Tube you can see Suzy reading out the letter to demonstrators.

Colin Fox, then an MSP was a fantastic ambassador to the cause and came up with the slogan for HBOS of “Hand Back Our Savings”.  That is what we are demanding now.  We want our savings back.  We are, at the present time, ascertaining how much money was swept up to HBOS following suspension of EHR’s shares on 23 August 2006.  Once we have said figure, we shall be demanding same back from Lloyds.

We will fight hard, just as we did in 2006, to get justice for Farepak creditors.  We will not give up this fight until Lloyds repay monies owed morally to Farepak creditors.  HBOS lied and made a mockery of our campaign.  Again, Mr Peter Johnson of Park Group Plc was ‘on the ball’ so far as HBOS was concerned.  He wrote to the Chairman (who we believe to be Andy Hornby) expressing his extreme concern that the rescue package Park II was still sitting with HBOS.  In total it sat with HBOS for 6 weeks.  At first HBOS stated that Park II could be a “neat solution……” yet on 10 October 2006 they rejected said rescue plan and as we all know the entire Group fell into administration.

Unfairpak also wish every single member of ‘higher management’ of HBOS in 2006, investigated by the Treasury Select Committee and made to answer questions on why they rejected every single proposal made to them especially Park II which while they sat on same, millions of pounds were pouring into HBOS’s bank account from the EHR sweep.

We will leave this post as it is just now as we are still awaiting more facts to push our campaign ahead.  Unfairpak won an award for Campaign of the Year in 2007 from the Scottish Herald Politician Awards.  We take that award seriously.  We were honoured to have received same and we shall not continue the work that began in 2006 until we reach a satisfactory conclusion.

 

Collapse of Farepak Directors Trial

Unfortunately I am out of the Country and shall not return until beginning of July.  I heard this news through a barrage of texts and emails which I received upon landing last night.

Unfairpak has always taken the stance since 2006 that HBOS had a case to answer to yet we were constantly fobbed off with “HBOS did NOT bank Farepak, we provided a loan to the Group”.  HBOS even wrote an open letter to the Unfairpak Forum which is on our forum and any member will be happy to point same out to anyone who wishes to read this.

Unfairpak presented a petition to HBOS at the demonstration prior to Christmas 2006 which many MSP’s boycotted due to HBOS’s role in the Farepak debacle.

It became clear very early on that the directors’ defence would hinge upon HBOS and again, sadly, we were right.  We still stand by the fact that the directors “should have known better”.  We still feel there has been a huge miscarriage of justice here.  Directors ought to know how their company is run and with the cashflow problems that Farepak faced, Unfairpak fully and firmly believe that the entire group of European Home Retail should have been put into administration much earlier on in 2006.  They should certainly have been put into administration upon suspension of EHR’s shares in August.  Take for example the Woolworths Group.  Upon suspension of their shares, they called in the administrations.  In Unfairpak’s opinion, Woolworths acted correctly.

For HBOS to refer to our savings as “Doris Money” is absolutely disgusting.  What do they [HBOS] think we are? Financially illiterate, bumbling fools who did not know what we were doing?  Farepak savers were clever, prudent people who saved for Christmas so as not to get into debt.  Referring to our savings as “Doris Money” just adds insult to injury and we are appalled to hear our savings described this way.

Peter Cummings, the “ultimate arbitrator” must answer questions now.  As must Andy Hornby who was CEO at the time of the collapse.  Unfairpak will tweet the open letter which is on You Tube.  Please followers re tweet same and let the UK know what “spin” HBOS gave us.

HBOS are one of the UK banks that were bailed out by the government!  Unfairpak still to this day do not believe that the government should bail out Farepak “victims”.  However, what we do believe now is that HBOS should repay, in full, the 38 million they successfully clawed back through the administration of the European Home Retail Group.

Upon my return, I will be ensuring that Mr Vince Cable and I meet to discuss matters further.  I will also be asking the Treasury Select Committee to look hard at HBOS.

What I would like to end with is this.  Ask yourself a question, if you bank with HBOS.  Do you really wish to put your money in a bank that refers to decent human being’s savings as “Doris Money”.  Do you think they actually care about anyone other than themselves?  Unfairpak would urge you to really think long and hard if you do bank with HBOS as to what your feelings are regarding the utter contempt they have shown for over 123,000 people whilst taking Christmas savings of approximately 38million pounds.  I certainly would not wish to bank with HBOS!

My final words until I get home “HBOS, shame on you”!

Farepak Directors Trial 19 June 2012

Taken from William Rollason and Stevan’s Fowler’s Skeleton Argument is the following:-

 

 

Mr Kelly’s email of 3 October 2006 said, “if Findel messes us around then we may end up going with the management plan. This is fairly unappetising in many respects given it doesn’t de-risk the Bank but it is probably preferable to a lengthy insolvency and workout with all the added risk this brings with it.”

 

Unfairpak can advise that Mr Kelly is from HBOS and was on the stand today.  We have been advised that he was being given a “pounding” by the defence team on “not raising concerns of possible administration with the directors earlier”.

 

Unfairpak believe that the directors defence may hinge on HBOS and the possibility that they led them [directors] to believe there may have been a solvent solution.

Court Details for 20 June 2012 Farepak Directors Trial

    COURT 26

Before MR JUSTICE PETER SMITH

Wednesday, 20 June 2012

At half past 10

GENERAL LIST

Part Heard

584 of 2011 In the matter of European Home Retail plc and in the matter of Farepak Food & Gifts Ltd

Court Details 19 June 2012 – FAREPAK DIRECTORS DUE TO START GIVING EVIDENCE

Cause list Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Updated: 18 June 2012 13.07 (refresh your browser for the latest version)

The following list is subject to change until 4.30pm. Any alterations after this time will be telephoned or emailed direct to the parties or their legal representatives.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE

 

CHANCERY DIVISION

 

 

COURT 26

Before MR JUSTICE PETER SMITH

Tuesday, 19 June 2012

At half past 10

GENERAL LIST

Part Heard

584 of 2011 In the matter of European Home Retail plc and in the matter of Farepak Food & Gifts Ltd