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no CCJ at all.
This 'reputable' company did building work which it did not finish. It simply then 'disappeared'. I only eventually found they were in receivership when contacted by a debt collector stating we owned £15k + collection charges.
THIS IS NOT CORRECT and I contacted the Official receiver who stated it is not possible to talk to him. We have to make all contact via the Debt collector as his appointed agent and having disputed the monies owed the onus is IN LAW on ourselves to prove we do not owe the money.
I have been told by other parties that the onus is on the company to prove I do in fact owe moneys
Who is correct please?
We do not owe the sum and we dispute the claim totally. We also have evidence that says the builder did not complete works in a safe manner or to a satisfactory finish. We would like to make a claim as a Creditor but this is effectively being dismissed by the Receiver as not possible as we have a debt.. So says the company..
Apologies for the delay I was out the office. Can I ask where we stand with the Debt Collection company because it concerns me that these people are even involved and that the Receiver feels they are a suitable body to deal with this matter.?
Is there a way we can force them to put us on the Creditors list too?