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posted by bobpursley .
The statement " has been concerned about verifying payments...and also about the financial management..." is ripe for legal detail. Concern is not enough if one is in charge: follow on action is required. Responsibility is a serious legal word, and the next word that follows in the absence of responsibility is negligence. The level of negligence is also fit for ripe legal argument, it varies from criminal to simple.
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There is a considerable amount of correspondence in evidence, and minutes of board meetings. I shall not describe this material in detail here. The correspondence shows that at least since early 2005, Mrs Ehsman has been concerned about verifying payments allegedly due by Timentel to DNB Global, and also about the financial management of Timentel more generally. The evidence is that the only bank account of Timentel has been relatively dormant at times when, the defendants allege, Timentel made payments to DNB Global. Mrs Ehsman's solicitors have written to Timentel's solicitors about these matters.