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Hello, my name is Ben and it is my pleasure to assist you with your question today. Do you mean if your contract has transferred to the new company? If so, did they take over the old company as a going concern to keep the business alive?
If that is the case then it is most likely that your contract would have automatically transferred to the new employers under a piece of legislation known as TUPE. This kicks in when there is a transfer of a business and sale in an administration as a going concern has been included in a relevant transfer for TUPE purposes. Your employment would have therefore transferred to the new employer on its existing terms and conditions. Your clients' contracts, assuming they were with the old company, would have transferred as well but if they find that the services they get are different or other contractual terms and not being met they could consider cancelling them if necessary.
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