Morris disappears as Amra lays down bankruptcy order

Amra has filed a bankruptcy order against Jeremy Morris, former chief executive of the Word. But the courts have been unable to locate him.

Amra has filed a bankruptcy order against Jeremy Morris, former

chief executive of the Word. But the courts have been unable to locate

him.



In 1997 Morris set up a affinity marketing outfit called Third Tier with

help from Amra, which gave him capital and office space in return for a

cut in commission.



But Amra was not satisfied with Morris’s paybacks and he is understood

to owe the company around pounds 20,000. In June a bankruptcy order was

filed against him in Kingston Upon Thames County Court.



The Office of the Official Receiver has booked a public examination in

Croydon Crown Court for 10 November, which would give Morris an

opportunity to explain why he had not responded to the earlier

order.



If he does not respond, the Official Receiver can issue a warrant for

his arrest.



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