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Hi thank you for your enquiry and patience. How can I help
Hi thank you for your enquiry and patience. If the invoice and quotation is in the ltd company's name then unless they have claimed that the individual committed a fraud (this is assuming they are a shareholder and a director) they cannot pursue the individual. The named person can contact them for them to agree to having the name removed by consent, failing which they can make an application to Court and seek their costs from the claimant. they have nothing to defend if they were not party to the contract. I hope that answers your question and I would be grateful for your rating at your earliest convenience. All the best
Hi apologies I had come off line. The process is what I explained above. You can speak to them to agree by consent to get the individual removed, in which case a consent order is filed with the court. If they refuse you can make a court application using form n244 requesting to be removed by court order. If it will help I can speak to you on the form at JA’s modest fee.
The N244 form is used at any stage during proceedings if you want a court to make a decision on any issue. Why would the person want to allow a CCJ against their name and then apply for the judgment to be set aside? They may not be successful with that if they have let the matter carry on knowing they should not be party to the proceedings.