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Truro FC Avoid Winding Up Order

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1:19pm 2nd November 2011
(Updated 1:19pm 2nd November 2011)

Truro City avoids a winding up order, for now.

The taxman has taken the club to the High Court over an unpaid bill.

The side had called that 'heavy handed'.

Now a judge has given bosses till January to settle the debt.

1:19pm 2nd November 2011

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