Nov 24, 2014 6:10 PM
MANCHESTER - The Fred Fuller sale was not finalized Monday. All parties are due back in bankruptcy court on Tuesday.
Attorney's tell NH1 News there are several issues that still need to be worked out among the Fuller and Rymes parties. The most important issue is Rymes having lack of confidence in the title.
Mr. Fuller could potentially have leans against his personal property and he is obligated to deliver on a good title before Rymes can take over.
Customer's are the main concern before Tuesday.
"From the company's point of view we continue to operate, we got authority from the judge that we can spend money and to buy fuel and we will be sending out trucks tomorrow. We got authority to make our payroll this week so we will do that as well," said Jeff Varsalone, Chief Reconstructing Officer for Fred Fuller.
Both parties are expected back in court Tuesday for the final sale.
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