What happens if there ARE professional reasons?
I have just received a clearance letter from an accountant asking if there are any professional reasons they should be made aware as to why they shouldn't accept the appointment of an ex-client.
In my opinion there ARE as he was basically trading insolvent when I left him - he had maxed his creditors out and was taking every penny he could for himself.
I've never had this situation before when just about to reply to a clearance letter and wondered if any other members have and how I should respond?
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