Is this because Companies House has no control over what the company does outside the UK?
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX he guarantee works carried out abroad, with the Companies House registration number?
Ok thanks. The works were carried out in Spain, so the guarentee would not be valid there then?
The guarantee was writen in Spanish but the wording is very specific. He takes full responsibility of any repairs, maintenance works, that may be required due to works carried out at the property by him, unless repairs required are caused by an act of nature. But I am not sure what you mean by "the governing law and jurisdiction of the guarantee is English law and England" does this mean if the guarantee was provided in England (London to be more specific) even though the works were carried out in Spain?
Thank you. Our guarantee is writen in a blank paper with no headings or company's logo, just the name and registration number but does not include any clauses to tell us which country's law will be applied in case of disputes. What should I do here?