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if the money is not repaid and the administrator is not satisfied with the evidence you present and believes he could show that you have failed to rebut the presumption of preference we discussed previously, he could bring a claim against you in the County Court to recover the money. Any such claim would be decided upon principally basis we discussed yesterday way would be for you to rebut the presumption of preference on the balance of probability the satisfaction of the County Court judge
if you can present strong evidence to the administrator, the administrator will be disinclined to issue a claim it is not reasonably confident of the possibility of success because he will be mindful of the cost of bringing a claim as he has responsibilities to creditors of the company
Is there anything above I can clarify for you any further?