A COURT has heard of "real concern over solvency" at Rangers as the football club finally paid £35,000 owed to its former legal team.
A COURT has heard of \"real concern over solvency\" at Rangers as the football club finally paid £35,000 owed to its former legal team.
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BRIAN DONNELLY and MARTIN WILLIAMS
Jonathan Brown, acting for Glasgow-based legal firm Levy & McRae, made the comment at the Court of Session in Edinburgh as the company sought to recoup monies owed.
Rangers paid the original sum but when it came to discussions over the £5000 expenses run up by Levy & McRae while chasing the bill, Mr Brown asked for that amount to be settled within seven days, saying: “Candidly, there is a real concern about solvency.”
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