Thank you for your patience. I have looked into this matter for you and note that The Property Partnership was the trading style of a company called Ultraclass Limited (CRO No. 04940563) which was placed into creditors voluntary liquidation on 4 April 2011 with no assets and reported liabilities of £228,383. Mr Scott Assemakis and Mr ***** ***** (the de facto directors of Ultraclass Limited, Burnhill Land Investments Limited and RTW (Burnhill) Ltd) were each disqualified from acting as directors as a result of undertakings given in respect of their conduct as directors for a period of 11 years each on 18 June 2013. Three other directors, Mr Gavin Gravesande, Mr James Dominic and Mr James Whatley were also disqualified - see News Release Five directors landed with 53 years’ disqualification for £7 million land banking scam issued on 26 July 2013.
Unfortunately, unsecured creditors ca not take action against a company after the date of an insolvency order without the Court's consent. After obtaining consent, they must submit any claim to the trustee or liquidator. That said The Property Partnership went into creditors voluntary liquidation on 4 April 2011 with no assets and reported liabilities of £228,383, so you would simply be throwing good money after bad at it had no assets.
I am sorry to state that having carried out my investigation today, it would be fruitless for you to attempt to pursue The Property Partnership and you would in all likely hood be statute-barred for commencing a Civil Action.
I am sorry to be the bearer of bad news, you probably suspected this may have been the case.
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