I think so. The work for the company had pretty much dried up I think but I think they were still trading. Could get a definite answer on this from ICS.
Just to clarify - even though the company has now been sold, and so presumably the previous owners/directors have made a bit of money, I can't take action against them.
You say the old debts are now on hold, does this mean they are now in the hands of the administrators.? should I therefore invoice them.? What happens next?
On 10th April, it was announced that the business and assets of the company had been bought by another company. The announcement said the new company had committed substantial financial backing to the new businesses and this would ensure all payments that would have otherwise been payable by the sister company this month will still be payable. So could I therefore include the old commission payment, of which I only just became aware of in March, in my March invoice.
My overall feeling is therefore that I can try and do what I can, but that I have no legal means with which to enforce the debt.
Such is life - happens all the time I expect. I appreciate your kindness in answering my question. Please confirm that you have no further information/thoughts that you can provide
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