11:01 AM, 22nd March 2021, About A year ago 1
Hi, I used an accountancy firm and 3 years ago now we transferred my 6 London rental properties into an LLP. A liquidator was appointed and the LLP is in liquidation.
There was a long delay as the liquidator wanted annual accounts. Now that’s done horrendous fees are being asked by the liquidators+ their solicitors for marriage and conveyancing for completing the transfer to the Ltd. co.
It’s working as we are talking like £9k. I am checking my files/emails to see just what was agreed when they were appointed. I would have got some estimate, but it looks like there is a “new” section that wasn’t covered by their quote.
I wonder if I can change liquidators/ retain the mortgage (the bank was aware of the process and agreed to no break fee on the fixed rate)?
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