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Brief reprieve for former BHS owner Chappell

The hearing into whether former BHS owner Dominic Chappell’s business, Retail Acquisitions, should be put into administration was adjourned on Friday to give the judge more time to consider the evidence.

The case is now set to be heard on Wednesday, The Daily Mail reports.

Chappell is battling administrator Duff & Phelps for control of the firm. Duff & Phelps has argued that Retail Acquisitions owes £6m to the collapsed estate of BHS and is insolvent.

But Chappell’s representatives said he was preparing legal action to recover some funds Retail Acquisitions claims it is owed following the sale of BHS’s London head office, Marylebone House.

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