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LEGAL ACTION NEWS : Legal action against former Directors Mr Lipien and Mr Yorke-Starkey. Please click here to read the latest legal letter.
Update March 2022: Following an unsuccessful mediation attempt to settle the matter on 9th December 2021, the legal action process is continuing and a ‘Directions Order’ has been issued by the Court that confirms the dates by which evidence from both sides needs to be submitted to the Court, subject to a strict timetable over the next few months. The trial is scheduled to take place at the beginning of April 2023.
We will continue to update you if there are any further developments between now and the trial date.

Dear Amicrest Holdings Plc Shareholders,

The Board of Amicrest Holdings Plc have had to create this new company website because Mr Victor Lipien and Mr Robert Yorke-Starkey have refused to hand back the previous website www.amicrest.co.uk to the company after they were removed as Directors at the last EGM on 19th June 2020, despite the fact that this is company property and not theirs.

Amicrest Holdings Plc’s new website

Amicrest Holdings Plc’s new website www.amicrest.uk gives shareholders accurate and up to date information regarding the company, including full details of the current High Court legal claim against Mr Victor Lipien and Mr Yorke-Starkey.

We will update you regularly via this website, so that you can form your own opinion about the High Court legal action against these two former Directors.

The four proposed directors did not convince shareholders that they are truly independent and have no connection with the former directors and were not successful. As we saw during their campaign, Messrs Lipien and Yorke Starkey are even writing their letters for them. Please see the recent correspondence with their lawyers which confirms the deadline for Messrs Lipien and Yorke Starkey to respond formally to the case against them.

The current Board remains committed to liquidating the company following the High Court case, which if successful will benefit all shareholders in the company.

Thank you for your support.

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