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Hello my name is ***** ***** I will help you with this.
What is it you want to achieve please?
You know if you claim £15k and lose, then you would be liable for the legal costs of the other side?
If he didnt repay the loan, isnt that enough to bring a claim?
Do you have the £15k for works in writing?
You have a contract - he offered £15,000. This can be legally binding unless said he it was without admission of liability.
If he didnt say this and offered £15k then you have a claim.Clearly if the staff and product was transferred you would expect to get paid for this.
You have not been. So not only does he owe you £19k for the personal loan but £15k for this payment which he offered.This claim is for breach of contract
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
Yes its in writing. You relied on this - you can claim on that basis.
That was the reason the product and systems were transferred.
You needed to get something in return for that.
Does that clarify?
Correct. A Judge may consider it unfair.
After all why would you transfer a business and not get anything back? It just doesn't make sense
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