Hazlewoods has filed its accounts after several months of delay.
The firm filed its accounts for 30 April 2006 last week and they were made
viewable to the public from Monday.
The accounts were meant to be filed by the Top 50 firm by 31 December 2006.
The company had not previously offered a reason for its delay, and its
managing partner was unavailable for comment.
Grove said in his members’ report notes that ‘due to a prolonged period of
illness’ the first-appointed auditors Robinson Barber & Co had resigned from
Princecroft Willis were subsequently appointed and issued an unqualified
opinion of the accounts.
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