Viscount St Davids’s estate is to be repossessed

There are repossessions of criminals and there are criminal repossessions.

What they have in common are banks. In this case Barclay’s.

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3 Responses to Viscount St Davids’s estate is to be repossessed

  1. Sir Raymond tyre says:

    This man is the biggest crook in the Uk don’t touch him with a barge poll. He’s a thug and a loser and a disgrace to his title as is his jumped up wife

  2. Sir Raymond tyre says:

    This man is a neanderthal and compulsive fraudster

  3. Trevor cummings says:

    Viscount St David still manages to maintain his champagne way of life even after he had been declared bankrupt for the second time. Many people are no looking with interest for the whereabouts of the crooked Peer and his wife who is being pursued in the courts for a further £750,000.

    St Davids, Rhodri Colwyn Philipps, was made bankrupt for the second time on 4th March 2011 in the High Court in London. A judge has allow the peer’s £3.6 million house in West Sussex to be repossessed by Barclays bank yet another creditor of the defunct peer.

    The peers latest crooked adventure involves his current bankruptcy The latest bankruptcy proceedings, brought by two North West businessmen, who were advised by George Davies’ Insolvency specialist, Helen Fyles, were linked to breaches of a commercial agreement made by the Viscount. Mr Philipps defended the proceedings at the High Court in London but the court granted the bankruptcy. The Official Receiver has now been appointed to establish the extent of the Viscount’s debts and assets.

The Viscount, the eldest son of the late Colwyn Philipps a former whip in the House of Lords, is also the heir to the Baron Strange of Knockin, Baron Hungerford and Baron de Moleyns titles and co-heir of the barony of Grey de Ruthyn.

Helen Fyles commented “Mr Philipps had clearly made false promises to my clients and when he did not deliver on these, bankruptcy clearly became the only option. We have nominated an insolvency practitioner to act as Mr Philipps’ Trustee in Bankruptcy to establish Mr Philipps’ assets and liabilities and hopefully in time my clients will recover the money they paid to Mr Philipps.”
    He is currently appealing against a two-year suspended sentence imposed upon him in Germany in 2008 after the collapse of his engineering firm Hans Brochier. He spent more than a year in prison in Nuremberg while claims that he used company funds – more than £350,000 on promoting an opera singer, £12,000 to rent a private jet and £5,000 on a shotgun from James Purdey – were investigated.
    He is currently appealing against a two-year suspended sentence imposed upon him in Germany in 2008 after the collapse of his engineering firm Hans Brochier. He spent more than a year in prison in Nuremberg while claims that he used company funds – more than £350,000 on promoting an opera singer, £12,000 to rent a private jet and £5,000 on a shotgun from James Purdey – were investigated.

    Meanwhile Lady St Davids, better known as the interior decorator Sarah Butcher, is the subject of a High Court writ that claims she owes almost £750,000. According to the writ, a first repayment of £200,000 to the Seychelles-based company Optional Systems should have been made by the end of October last year. Despite a written demand the following month, it has not been paid.
    The loans were made at the request of Lady St Davids or her husband, the writ says.
    If anyone has any details of the whereabouts of the dodgy Peer there would be many people who would be extremely interested and comment would be welcome.

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