King's Lynn get Inland Revenue deadline

PUBLISHED: 15:56 22 July 2009 | UPDATED: 16:22 10 September 2010

Paddy Davitt

King's Lynn have been given a three month deadline to settle the club's outstanding Inland Revenue bill following a High Court hearing today.

A winding up petition was adjourned after the club's board settled 50% of the historic debt in the wake of a compulsory winding up order served on the club earlier this month.

King's Lynn have been given a three month deadline to settle the club's outstanding Inland Revenue bill following a High Court hearing today.

A winding up petition was adjourned after the club's board settled 50% of the historic debt in the wake of a compulsory winding up order served on the club earlier this month. Lynn officials confirmed at last week's fans' forum a payment plan is now in place and agreement had been reached with the Inland Revenue regarding the outstanding amount.

For full reaction read tomorrow's EDP.

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