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Hi Strange case here

I am self employed but sort of sub contracted to do work for a company for 12 years . April 2008 owner sold his business to another on working out my commission for March 2008 he deducted £350 in error ie underpaid me when I found out i told him and he said sorry but cant give you another cheque as the "new company " had got cheque book etc and told me to get it from them . This I tried to do and cut long story short this company were "rogues " owed me lots of commissions and in end took them to court and got judgement for £6500 however same day they went into administration so will get nothing .

I am now trying to get money ie £350 from the previous owner above the owner was negligent in deducting this money from my commission he has filed to dissolve the old company and Ive blocked this at companies house at present due to my "complaint " . Im trying a small claim against the company that is being disolved and the owner in personal capacity due to his negligence court have of own initiative said I need to give cause why the "owner " part of claim should not be struck out leaving action against company only . If this happens company has no directors and no assets so ill get nothing . Is there anything i can do to keep the owner in personal capacity liable ? Regards Gaz

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Hi Strange case here

I am self employed but sort of sub contracted to do work for a company for 12 years . April 2008 owner sold his business to another on working out my commission for March 2008 he deducted £350 in error ie underpaid me when I found out i told him and he said sorry but cant give you another cheque as the "new company " had got cheque book etc and told me to get it from them . This I tried to do and cut long story short this company were "rogues " owed me lots of commissions and in end took them to court and got judgement for £6500 however same day they went into administration so will get nothing .

I am now trying to get money ie £350 from the previous owner above the owner was negligent in deducting this money from my commission he has filed to dissolve the old company and Ive blocked this at companies house at present due to my "complaint " . Im trying a small claim against the company that is being dissolved and the owner in personal capacity due to his negligence court have of own initiative said I need to give cause why the "owner " part of claim should not be struck out leaving action against company only . If this happens company has no directors and no assets so ill get nothing . Is there anything i can do to keep the owner in personal capacity liable ? Regards Gaz

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