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Ash, Solicitor
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In response to our earlier question in our role of broker we

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In response to our earlier question in our role of broker we did forward all correspondence between IP and director we received but we never completed or signed for anything obviously . I presume this was ok in our role
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Why would the insolvency service be using a solicitor to investigate the process ?
I dont know. Its up to the OR to use whoever they wish.
It may be that they are just too busy.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Can you tell me why the solicitor looking into the insolvencies keeps writing regarding my/our role ? Surely it is a matter between the director and the IP if there is a problem with the insolvency? They are after all looking into the directors role and whether to disqualify them?
I really dont know, I agree it a matter between the Director and Ip. It is strange.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.
Can you tell me if a company is being investigated by the insolvency service is it legal for a shareholder to be paid fees for a job into a separate company fully owned by the same shareholder?
Sadly only the IS can say if they are being investigated. Yes it is legal to pay a shareholder in another company.