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  1. I set up a company a few years ago and was the director. I had a court claim sent to me a few weeks ago, from solicitors representing a company who hadn't been paid for an invoice of £511 from 2 1/2 years ago. My written defence to the court (N9B form) was this: Today i received an allocation questionnaire :-? which i have to return by september 6th. At the bottom it says "A fee of £200 is payable by the claimant on the filing of their allocation questionnaire", so i presume that means they pay, not me (as i'm the defendant). Can someone help me understand if there is any legal basis to chase a debt from a company that's getting struck off and trying to name the director as a second defendant? Thanks for any help in advance.
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