Conservatories boss accused of defrauding creditors
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A businessman is due in court on Monday morning accused of defrauding creditors.
Jonathan Knights, the owner and director of Conservatories Etc in Wymondham, faces a charge of running the company fraudulently between December 2018 and May 2019.
He allegedly took payments and carried on trading, knowing that Conservatories Etc was insolvent.
The 58-year old, of Alison Bank, Norwich, also faces two charges of knowingly or recklessly engaging in a commercial practice under Unfair Trading Regulations.
Those charges date from October 2016 to May 2019.
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At at hearing at Norwich Magistrates' Court last June, he pleaded not guilty to a charge of not getting projects signed off by building inspectors.
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