The High Court case to wind up Dublin's popular Paris Bakery on Moore Street has been adjourned till Tuesday, 24 September.
The accountants have initiated an action in pursuit of a winding-up order saying the company has failed to pay fees of €43,000.
However, the bakery and restaurant operator says it is disputing the bill.
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It started out as a small business at the front of number 18 Moore Street, the Dublin Street famous for its fruit, vegetable and fish stalls.
The bakery and restaurant has grown steadily in size over the past three years and now employs 70 people.
The latest accounts for the company – for the year to the end of April, 2012 – show that total liabilities exceeded total assets by €678,022 at the end of that period, a figure that grew from €237,936 over that financial year.