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  1. We have received a demand on ground rent from a new company which owns by same shareholders of the landlord of our flat. The demand was chasing not only the yearly ground rent of GBP100 (which we paid yearly), and also the difference of inflation amount since the flat was built in 1995 - that is GBP830:mad2:. However we did not own the flat from 2004, we rejected to pay the amount for the period that we did not own the flat. We then wrote to them for dispute. The landlord did not response to us at all and later they sent the demand to our mortgage bank and requested the amount:-x. At the same
  2. Hello,I have been trading through and LTD Company for the past 7 years. This year I have had some big personal expenses and because of that haven't been able to put away enough money to pay the CT. I have not submitted this years Final Accounts to Companies House and as such I have just recently recieved a Notice to Dissolve my company from CH. All my other tax liabilities are up to date PAYE, NI and VAT.I have read somewhere that if I let the Company get Struck off, the CT liability will die with it? I wanted to know whether this is true and also whether I would be able to open another LT
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