I never signed any contract with the Liquidator, but during the time the Liquidators Solicitors took instruction from me, worked directly for me, in gaining an Assignment and advised me directly in various matters.
No, I did not sign anything for the solicitors.
The two extracts of letters enclosed, show that I gave £225,000, specifically to be used for the cover of £750,000, which had been aggregated by the initial £100,000 then the following £100,000 and the further £25,000 I sent to the solicitors. These monies I had been told were used to fund the Cover of £750,000. I have just recently found out that there was never even the offer of the cover, as stated in the first letter and this money had therefore been asked for falsely.
I have been given various different ways this money has been used, inclusive of Adverse Costs, Insurance cover of only £400,000 (which I have seen no proof of), Bills, Expert Witnesses
1. Would the "Special Circumstances" or " Close Proximity" Rule not work here with the Liquidator?
2. Would the solicitors not directly owe me a duty of care with the handling of my money?
Could you be more specific with your answer to question1:- I was the main creditor and had paid approximately £70,000 to the Liquidator and the solicitors, before the solicitors said they would work for a CFA, and before the Insurance was asked for, over and above the direct communication to both Liquidator and solicitors as stated earlier. Could you clarify your answer to question 3. As I was deceived by the solicitor into supplying this money, as the Insurance Cover specified did not exist. I therefore lost the £225000 specifically asked for as seen in the letters, sent for this non existant premium. Surely this is the act of Fraud
Thank you for your help