1. Can you better explain the situation. Did you agree to hire the costs draftsman? Was the bill of costs in favour of the dissolved company? Were all parties aware the company was dissolved when the costs draftsman undertook the work? Was it an insolvent liquidation of the dissolved company? What was the £9,000 paid for? Why is the bill so large at £30k?
My Solicitor made it incumbent upon me to hire him as my agent to draw DETAILED BILLS for taxation FOR A COMPANY WHOM MY SOLICITOR AND HE knew had been dissolved and struck off the Register of Companies.
In fact, my Solicitor entered into the Contract with another Solicitor who said his client was "standing in the shoes of the dissolved Company" (his client was formerly the president of the dissolved company)
I can not understand how my Solicitor could enter into a contract with this other Solicitor.
Anyway my solicitor gave the money to the other solicitor when the contract between them said he was to hold it until i complied with 1,2,3, and 4. i have complied in full with 1,2,3 and 4 BUT neither of them will hand the money over. My solicitor gave it away to the solicitor who said he is standing in the shoes of and my solicitor refuses to demand the other solicitor gives me my money?
Can i ask a new Solicitor to issue for Specific Performance of their contract???????
how can i rate your advice as excellent again, Buachill?