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Have you already responded to his recent attempt of contacting you?
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I am a solicitor in Scotland. In my opinion the builder is personally liable for your losses here. The measure of your loss is the total amount paid by you to him and to the builder that finished the job less the original contract price. He has of course exposed himself by trying to collect on Linked In. I would accep his request, find out as much as you can about him and raise court proceedings via your solicitor as quickly as you can. If the company went into liquidation before he started your contract then the company is irrelevant and he would become personally liable, certainly from the information you have given me. Happy to discuss. I hope that helps. Please leave a positive rating so that I am credited for my time.