Thank you for your assistance - the company is registered in London - Name & Registered Office:MSB VISUAL COMMUNICATION LTD164 BALLARDS LANE LONDON N3 2PA Company No. 08999938
I created the invoice today and thought I should get legal advice before sending it.
Thank you for your advice.
I am pursuing both separately matters separately and have engaged solicitors in Scotland to deal with the loan.
I will send him the invoice today and allow 30 days within which he has to pay and then pursue him via https://www.moneyclaim.gov.uk/web/mcol/welcome
He will ignore the invoice as he has ignored requests to pay back the loan and that is why I emailed asking for advice vis a vis if there is anything I can do to strengthen /impress upon him the notion that this invoice needs to be paid?
My sense from your responses so far is that I need to submit and await his non-response and then pursue this via the courts. If I copy the invoice to the business's accountants, might that be helpful?
I will email him and also post a copy of the invoice to the registered office that will require a signature?
My ex lives in London
I hadn't considered what to do with the shares.In all likelihood he will run the business will go out of business shortly because he doesn't know how to run a business properly and it has been loss making for the last few months - a colleague of mine does the bookkkeepping
What is your advice re the shares?
To be honest, I hadn't thought about the shares or selling them to him but it sounds like a very good idea! Presumably, it is a nominal fee that I would charge him (£1or 1p), or is there a formula that has to be followed?