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Twopanda: “I don`t understand how the newco could be involved …

Comment on Of Assets and Liabilities by angus1983.

twopanda: “I don`t understand how the newco could be involved at all”

The way I understand it, LNS allows for “the Club” to exist on a different plane to the “owner and operator”. If a new operator comes along, then the “Club” does not cease to exist, rather floating on happily above the dirty business side of things.

It is the “Club”, this ghostly apparition of a thing, this vaguely defined “undertaking” (in that sense), which is the subject of the investigation. The owner, whoever that may be at the time, is to be held responsible for the behaviour of their “Club”.

Therefore, newco is just as culpable as oldco.

It does seem to come down to the definition of “undertaking”. And if it’s referred to greater legal minds than ours, then Hirsute’s opinion appears to be correct. There are lengthy documents at European level defining “undertaking”.

LNS will press on. If he finds against Rangers FC, there will be an appeal – and that appeal will necessarily involve Mr Charles insisting that TRFC did not exist prior to this year.

Mr Charles. Catch 22. Best get that “share” cash in quickly, eh?

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Quick note to JC:

Two Tom Holland books arrived on my desk this morning – “Rubicon” and “Millennium”. Both look very interesting and good reads.

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A little light relief from the lad Mohsni (unfortunately “not a big name like Spanish Archer McCulloch”), talking in the Daily Record:

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🙂 Surely you mean a Saniner? I spent many a happy summer day at Sanine beach, having walked over the hill fae Portsoy. Brilliant gun emplacement and tank traps. There was a great summer cafe in the old Church hall (I think it was) with a juke box and everything!


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