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I have just had an accountant I used in 2009 tell me I never paid him for filing accounts that year. I never used her again and the business was closed down. As the director of the company can she do this.

 

it isn't a lot of money but I can't recall if I paid it or not and I'm surprised at the contact after almost seven years.

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I have just had an accountant I used in 2009 tell me I never paid him for filing accounts that year. I never used her again and the business was closed down. As the director of the company can she do this.

 

it isn't a lot of money but I can't recall if I paid it or not and I'm surprised at the contact after almost seven years.

 

Yes she can chase up the unpaid bill for services.

 

Were you invoiced for these services and if so when would this have been roughly ?

 

Statute of limitations is 6 years, meaning no court enforcement available 6 years from the date a due bill was not paid.

 

You could reply that you do not know anything about the matter and ask them to supply more information, including a copy of the original invoice. And that upon receipt, you will look into the matter further.

 

By replying you are not acknowledging the debt or any liability. You are simply requesting information. If you don't respond, they may issue a letter before action, followed by a court claim, which they might hope to win by default because you did not defend.


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was the business formally liquidated? If so you would not be liable for its debts even if it wasnt time barred.

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