In Greenock on 9th May 2017, Sheriff David Hall dismissed the action of G.M.S.T. v Gallacher after it had been proven that a claim on a Trust Deed was removed from the list of creditors under supervision by the Accountant in Bankruptcy. The Trustee had been unable to find evidence of debt, and on discharging Mr. Gallacher, confirmed that he had fulfilled all of his obligations. The Trust was forced to drop the action in those circumstances, and Mr. Gallacher’s defence was successful.
Sheriff Hall decided, however, on the basis of submissions, that no costs should be awarded. That disputed decision is currently under review.
Mortonjag wishes to highlight a very serious concern which is under separate investigation.
SHERIFF HALL WAS PROVIDED WITH FALSE INFORMATION.
FIRSTLY, ‘THE PURSUER’ UNTRUTHFULLY STATED THAT NO ADJUDICATION WAS MADE ON ITS CLAIM,
MUCH MORE SERIOUSLY – THE ‘PURSUER’ DELIBERATELY MISLED THE COURT, HAVING FAILED TO DO DUE DILIGENCE IN NOVEMBER 2010.
The person directly responsible is a practising chartered accountant. The current G.M.S.T. Board of Directors fully endorsed his submission.
Mr Robinson has ‘previous’!
Mr. Robinson also supplied the same false information to Mr. Gallacher’s Trustee.
Had Mr. Robinson sought to investigate Mr. Gallacher’s financial status in November 2010 he would firstly have consulted the Edinburgh Gazette (as confirmed by the Accountant in Bankruptcy). THAT IS AN INCONTROVERTIBLE FACT, AND IT IS CLEAR FROM MR. ROBINSON’S REPEATED ASSERTIONS, THAT HE FAILED TO DO SO.
Mr. Robinson has seemingly been a ‘naughty boy’ professionally:
What is less clear is where the ‘vastly experienced insolvency practitioner’ now stands in the eyes of the justice system. Mortonjag will keep his ever expanding readership updated on developments.
NEXT UP – THE TRUST DEED SCAM PART 1