A BBC report claims Syed left unpaid debt in England between 2001 and 2005.
Interested party: Ahsan Ali Syed - founder of Western Gulf Advisory - wants Blackburn
These include a failure to settle a £61,500 county court judgmentmade against him in 2007, unpaid rent of approximately £7,800 on a flathe vacated in May 2005 and unpaid council tax totalling £932.25.
Syed, who founded the investment company Western Gulf Advisory, declined the opportunity to comment.
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