The High Court has given Blue Square South club Truro City until 25 June to pay its tax debts.
The club survived a winding-up petition in January but is now facing a fresh action after failing to pay HM Revenue and Customs about £51,000 it owes.
The court was told that Truro also owe around £20,000 to two other creditors.
FBT Sports UK is claiming more than £18,500, though that debt is disputed, while Lexlaw Solicitors says the Treyew Road club owes them almost £1,400.
Truro's lawyer Tom Fletcher sought a 56-day adjournment with a view to club discharging its debts to HMRC and Lexlaw.
Mr Fletcher said that contracts are being exchanged on Monday on a joint-venture agreement, and that funds have already been transferred to accountants in order for the payments to be made.
cleared a previous tax debt of more than £100,000
in January, but
were served with a new winding-up order by HMRC
for the current amount in March.