03 Aug 2009 19:46:
Bascially got the same response from lawbird as you - they will not consider a group case for creditor listing.
Therefore only option is to pay the Eur1200 if want to get on the list (as you mentioned they state that tthe fee is to try to get us as far up the list as possible - does that really mean anything with Aifos in the state the are? - Who knows.
Right now although I'm getting a sense of deja vu about throwing more good money after bad, I really doe't want to let those b****s win, so am strongly considering carrying on with the legal route.
Lawyer did mention that Aifos are supposed to contact us all individually to allow us to register for creditor list - but fat chance of that happening. I asked if they knew who the court appointed administrators would be - and they say it is only ruour at present - but that rumour is that it will be PWC. If we are supposed to be able to apply to Aifos or the administrators directly to get on the ist how come the administrators have not been officially announced?
Lawyer reckons that even if we manage to get on the list directly through Aifos or administrators, we are unlikely to be able to get any seniority level without taking the legal route and therefore extra legal fees.
Feeling pretty helpless, but pretty much resigned to more legal action / more legal fees - probably very shortly, so as not to miss the one month dealine.
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