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Hi, Thank you for your question and welcome. My name is ***** ***** I will assist you. Do you have proof of ownership of the shares? Are there any other shareholders? Are you still a director? Kind regards AJ
Hi, Thank you. Unfortunately the first point to note is you cannot force a dividend payment - if you have the same class of share and dividend was declared and approved by ordinary resolution you will be entitled to it. Do you know whether a dividend was ever declared. Do you actually want to carry on working for/with this company? Is selling your shares an option?
Hi, Thank you. The agreement is a contract, and potential he may have the right to terminate. Technically you were not an employee and you were a supplier of the company and the company was therefore entitled to terminate this arrangement at any time. There is not much you can do about this part. Was the work with one particular client? Kind regards AJ
Did you have any direct contract with the client? Kind regards AJ
Hi thank you. The only claim you can feesibly make is on the grounds you were actually an employee and have been made redundant. Were you paid net of tax and national insurance? Kind regards AJ
Hi thank you. Did you invoice them monthly for the work? You may be able to argue that after ten years they need to give you a reasonable notice period before terminating. The problem is without a contract there is not much you can do to enforce the supply the customer. You could approach the customer directly?
Thank you. I am afraid I have no control over payment or pricing of the service this is controlled by the site administrators. Do you want me to refer the question to them for any queries regarding payment? In the mean time any feedback is gratefully received. Kind regards AJ