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  1. Yes. £10,500 per quarter. looks as though they were £5K in arrears at the end of Dec quarter, so owed around £15K at the beginning of Jan. It appears that they took weekly payments for this leaving a balance of around £7,500 at the end of March. They are claiming £7,500 plus the Apr- Jun £10,500 in advance. I'm obviously worried that they will now just claim from me every quarter and I'll just end up bankrupt.
  2. Nicklea, Thank you very much for your time and help. It is very much appreciated. I am at my wits end as I have no means at all to pay off any liability. I suppose I should see a solicitor as soon as possible. I'm just afriad that I could spend a lot of money on one who doesn't really help me.
  3. Thanks for your reply. The weekly payment plan was only put in place in December 08 (I resigned in Feb/ March 2008, so was put in place after I resigned. There were no arrears at the time I resigned. The company entered in to a CVA in September last year, I amazed the administrator has allowed this to happen. I can get a copy, but it formed part of a 'standard commercial lease'.
  4. Thanks for replying. The lease incorpaorated a guarantee clause. I had totally forgotten about it.
  5. I was a director of a company until February 2008 at which time I resigned. I have now been informed by solicitirs that there are arrears on the rent and have recicved a notice under Landlord and Tenant (Coveneants) Act 1995 depanding payment. I was unaware of any arrears. Indeed it appears that the landlord allowed an arrears position by agreeing to a weekly payment plan (instead of in advance). Does the Landlord have any obligation to inform me that he is allowing an arrears position (and therefore an obligation to me)? Is there any way I can avoid this? I have had no i
  6. I was a director of a company until February 2008 at which time I resigned. I have now been informed by solicitirs that there are arrears on the rent and have recicved a notice under Landlord and Tenant (Coveneants) Act 1995 depanding payment. I was unaware of any arrears. Indeed it appears that the landlord allowed an arrears position by agreeing to a weekly payment plan (instead of in advance). Does the Landlord have any obligation to inform me that he is allowing an arrears position (and therefore an obligation to me)? Is there any way I can avoid this? I have had no i
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