A HUDDERSFIELD woman has been given a seven-year bankruptcy notice.

Natalie Patricia Munday, unemployed, of Woodhead Court, Lockwood, has been running The Swan Inn in Swan Lane, Lockwood.

She was made a bankrupt in August 2004, and has now been made subject to a bankruptcy restrictions order for a seven years.

The order will run to March 2012.

The order was made in respect of the bankrupt's conduct and means she will be subject to restrictions.

They include being banned from being a director or taking part in the management of a company, having to disclose her status when obtaining credit of more than £500 and ensuring that people with whom she does business know the name or trading style used at the time of the bankruptcy.

The court found that in July 2004 Munday fraudulently disposed of two plasma screen televisions with a value of £7,637.50. These were the property of Haydock Finance Ltd, who were owed £6,566.85 at the date of the Bankruptcy Order. The main creditors were trade creditors arising out of the bankrupt's trading as a licensee and financial institutions in respect of loans, credit cards and an overdraft.