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Company behind Charnwood Lodge hotel wound up in court

30 May 2019 by
Company behind Charnwood Lodge hotel wound up in court

The company behind the nine-bedroom Charnwood Lodge hotel in Loughborough has been wound up in court after it was unable to pay its debts.

The business was dissolved on 22 May 2019 by Judge Barber at the High Court in Manchester following a creditor petition.

The court heard that the company had been operating as the Charnwood Lodge hotel and guest house on Leicester Road in Loughborough for five years. Amar Vig and Nisha Roma Pahuja-Vig are listed as persons with significant control of the business on Companies House.

By January 2019, however, the company could not pay its debts and its creditors petitioned the courts to wind up the company.

The Official Receiver, Steven Baxter, has been appointed as liquidator and is calling for all guests with upcoming bookings to contact the Official Receiver's office in Nottingham.

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