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Old 12th February 2017, 16:31   #16
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Potentially if both claims went uncontested. I'm unsure if in insolvency though that the 60k can offset what is owed from council to WG? Otherwise others could argue the council got preferential treatment. The last documentation showed non priority creditors only had received 5% of debts paid. So the council would get to keep 3k on that percentage.

There are no public administration or liquidation documents since Feb 2016.
Indeed. The council would only be a preferred creditor if the administrator envisaged the operator continuing to run some services for the council.
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Old 12th February 2017, 16:35   #17
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Is that just those who have ENCTS passes issued by Cheshire East, as i've caught buses in Crewe & Macclesfield using a Merseytravel issued ENCTS pass but not been asked where i'm going to.
It might only be contracted services or exclude routes where there is a fixed single fare.
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