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If a company accepts your Terms and Conditions (in writing)

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If a company accepts your Terms and Conditions (in writing) and then changes it's name do they have to accept the original T&C's if there is a dispute ?
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Alex J. replied 2 years ago.
Alex J. :

, Thank you question and welcome. If it is a limited company and all the company does is changes its name, it is still bound by the terms and conditions. The company is identified by its registered number which will indicate its status as a legal entity - if the number does not change then the legal entity remains the same regardless of its name.

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