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I was wondering if anyone can help me on a issue! I work for a large company to which we are all being made redundant in November. In October 2008 the company changed its pay arrangement from a ‘current’ system to an ‘in arrears’ system. During this transitional period a pay advance was made to some staff members to cover the wage gap for employees during this time, in the last 6 years no arrangement or no further contact was made to pay this back, but now all of a sudden they want this money back within 2 weeks or over a 6 month period!! this is quite harsh seeing as we are all being made redundant.. to be honest since that transitional loan no further contact was made and we kind of forgot about it! A number of staff have left during the 6 year period and have not, as yet been asked to pay this back.

Can they legally claim this back from us after all this time?.. Any advice would be great


Many Thanks

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Yes, I believe they can in the context of the ongoing contractual relationship they have with you.


With the staff that have left, the limitation rule will apply as their contracts have come to an end.

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