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  1. Yes, this is the same case. The Sheriffs have asked for proof that the company has been closed and that its assets (the company van) is no longer owned by the business. The owner has ignored their request for this evidence and the Sheriffs have now closed the case.
  2. Hello Forum Members I would like to take an action to "pierce the corporate veil" of a company which is operating in an illegal way. Can anybody tell me whether I can take this action forward through the small claims court or whether this would be a criminal action?
  3. Hello Community I have lost all faith in the justice system having spent a lot of money and time "doing the right thing". When I was the victim of a fraud I did what I was told by the Trading Standards and took the case through the Small Claims Court fully expecting justice. When my case was won and the defendant made no effort to pay the fines the court imposed upon him/his company I turned to the Sheriff's to enforce the judgement. I have been sadly disappointed in them and this criminal will no doubt become even bolder in the way he cheats and intimidates his victims bec
  4. Hello Consumer Action Forum As you will see from my previous posts I have called in the services of the Sheriffs Office in an attempt to recover money from somebody who has opened and closed several businesses owing creditors money. I heard from the Sheriffs Office today. They went to this persons home (he is running the business from the house but using a room in a local venue as an office when he meets with clients) but he told them the business is closed owing creditors £30K. It seems inconceivable that he would close this lucrative business and, for various reasons, I am convinced th
  5. I have been awarded a CCJ against a local businessman who has no intention of paying me. I believe he has acted dishonestly a number of times with other people and I believe I have evidence of a number of dishonest representations he made during his dealings with me. I am in the process of calling on the services of the Sheriffs office in an attempt to get the money back via the bailiffs. I would now like to attempt a second action against him to pierce the corporate veil and attempt to get him to repay me additional monies that he owes me that I was not able to claim in the first claim i.e
  6. I have been awarded a CCJ against a local businessman who has no intention of paying me. I am in the process of calling on the services of the Sherriffs office in an attempt to get the money back via the bailiffs. I would now like to attempt a second action against him to pierce the corporate veil and attempt to get him to repay me additional monies that he owes me that I was not able to claim in the first claim i.e. £600 for a surveyors repotr and the cost of an extremely expensive freezer that he took from the house, from his personal assets. Can I post the particulars of the claim on thi
  7. Thanks for this. Yes, I will contact HCEO and find out what they think is the best way to manage my situation. Wendy
  8. I have looked up the website. Very good information to have, thanks. The cost of this service seems very reasonable actually. Thanks again Wendy
  9. Thanks for this. I have ordered the book because I think it looks as though it might be useful. Could you tell me what HCEOs are?
  10. Hello Steampowered ]Thanks for responding so quickly. You make some good points here and I will address them one-by-one. First, you asked me if I know where this person lives. Yes I do and I know where his office is based too. If I gained a judgement against him I would first send in the Bailiffs if he refused to pay. I would also send the judgement to whichever organisation polices the law/act that requires company directors to adhere to certain standards of behavior (cant remember the name of it here). I believe some of the evidence I have (taped telephone calls and emails
  11. Hello Forum Members Since the last time I posted about the illegal behavior of the estate agent/builder who used intimidation tactics to extort more than £8k out of me, a number of things have happened: 1) this small businessman went "underground" and closed his high street estate agency and began operating his business through Twitter. 2) I was advised by the Court that my undefended claim against this person(for breach of contract) had been granted back in early June but the letter to inform me of that fact had not been sent 3) I heard this small business man had engaged a ro
  12. If this person tries to "disappear" does the court have any means of tracing him? I know it is going to take a while to take this case through the court and I am wondering if it is worth the effort if he plans to "disappear". I will start working on a draft for the piercing the veil claim ASAP and I will post it for comment - annonomised, of course. Many thanks Wendy
  13. Hello You may remember (from my previous postings) that I was concerned that an estate agent/builder I am taking through small claims intends to close his business in order to avoid my claim. This person has not defended my claim and, for this reason, I have asked the court to make a judgement. I am awaiting that judgement now. Meanwhile, the estate agent/builder has closed his shop (or, at least, it appears to be open very infrequently) and seems to be running the business through Twitter. He is also advertising his house through Twitter so it seems he intends to move away. I am very
  14. I am very tempted to take a personal action out against him because this person is abusing the privileges afforded by the Ltd company status and I believe I have sufficient evidence to prove it . If I were to take an action out against him personally, and was not successful, would he then be able to make a claim against me for solicitors' fees, do you know? Also, would a judge be likely to grant him his solicitors' fees do you think? I can't believe a judge would think him to be in the right but I wonder if theymay be reluctant to make a controversial decision by making him personally liable
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