11.05am: The board also want court costs paid by H&G.
11.04am: Judge rules that owners should pay RBS costs.
11.02am: Broughton wants a board meeting by 8pm today to sort out the sale and there is a dispute over whether the owners will be able to communicate via phone. The owners' QC is asking for the meeting to take place at ten o'clock tomorrow. Judge rules that it should be at 8 today.
11.01am: RBS want the owners to cover their court costs. Wonder how much they are?
10.59am: More detail:
The high court today granted injunctions that could open the way for the prompt sale of Liverpool.
The club's owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett asked a judge to delay the hearing of an application by creditors Royal Bank of Scotland for mandatory orders paving the way for a possible sale this week. But the plea was rejected by Mr Justice
At RBS's request, the judge imposed injunctions on the two men requiring them to restore the original constitutions of the companies and managing directors.
This removes the final stumbling block to a £300m takeover by New England Sports Ventures which will see the RBS recoup its original £237m loan to Mr Hicks and Mr Gillett when they bought the club in March 2007.