An administrator has been ordered to look into the assets of a north-east farmer who committed a £650,000 tax fraud to try and find the funds still due to the Crown.
Two north-east women who were jailed for swindling a total of almost £800,000 have racked up tens of thousands of pounds in legal expenses – which have all been footed by taxpayers.
A north-east farmer who was jailed for a £650,000 tax fraud will only have to pay back £20,000 of the money she stole.
A farmer jailed for £650,000 worth of tax fraud is still behind bars as she refuses to pay back a fraction of the illicit funds to the Crown.
A farmer jailed for more than half a million pounds worth of tax fraud may only have to pay back £4,000, a court has heard.
A farmer jailed for tax fraud pleaded with a court not to destroy her cattle yesterday, and claimed she knew them all by name.
A Deeside farmer jailed for a £650,000 tax fraud will find out next week if her herd of cattle is to be destroyed.
A farmer jailed for a £650,000 tax fraud has lost her court battle with Aberdeenshire Council - and is now embroiled in another legal row with her landlord.