Thank you for your response.
I have been checking the web site Company Check and the following is what it states:-
Xxxx holds 0 current appointment, has resigned from 2 companies and held appointments at 2 dissolved companies. Xxxx is not registered as holding any current appointments.
The combined cash at bank value for all of xxxx current businesses is £0, with a combined assets value of £0 and liabilities of £0. Roles associated with xxxx within the recorded businesses include: Director, Company Secretary.
Regarding the defendants company who I contracted with when he was a sole trader:
The xxxx Limited is an Other business incorporated in England & Wales on 3rd December 2009. Their business activity is recorded as Other Business Support Service Activities N.e.c.. The xxxx Limited is run by 1 current members. and 1 company secretary. 1 shareholders own the total shares within the company. It is not part of a group.
The company has not yet filed accounts. The xxxx Company Limited's risk score was amended on 17/02/2012.
From this, I can only assume that he could hold share capital but no director positions. The company who were supposed to provide the convertible debenture certificates has been dissolved, the assets could be anywhere I guess.
I guess at this stage, I only need to worry about being awarded awarded judgement and seeing whether he ignores that. Would raising the matter to a High Court level after that be beneficial in terms of enforcement or can that be done via CCJ.
Do you feel that the 192.com investigation will still prove beneficial.
Look forward to your response.