Today's Non-League Paper says that the Conference want to see "compelling evidence" that the Bulls can complete the 2014/15 season in order to give the club a green light at the AGM next weekend.
The paper claims that the Martin Foyle winding up petition will be adjourned, but the sum will not be reduced, and identifies Mark Ellis, the man named by Bulls News on Friday, as working in a 'proposed' Director of Football role at the club.
Conference chief Dennis Strudwick told the paper that the Bulls' submitted budget would be considered on Monday when their accountants were available, and the league would need assurances before adding:
"I've had contact from someone but we need evidence that the club has changed hands, of who the Directors are, and and so do the FA. So far we haven't had any answers."
The paper also reports that assurances have also been demanded of Macclesfield, with both Chester and Dartford possibly facing reprieves in the event that both the Bulls and Silkmen fail to satisfy Conference chiefs.