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Our company has had a determination to revoke our credit consumer license due to one of the directors of the company having a conviction he did not declare to the OFT. The OFT has revoked the license on this basis. We need to appeal the decision with the first tier tribunal but need to advise on which grounds for the appeal.
The company has now been restructured and the former directors have been removed. I have been drafted in to the company as a new director & shareholder to replace the management team. I have applied for a new credit consumer licence with the new details.
Whilst the new license is being dealt with we require launching the appeal but asking for an extension of time with the tribunal district Judge. Can you advise on which grounds for an appeal we can apply for this extension taking into account the change in company structure and ownership?
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