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My boss has asked me to chase a debtor at work. The invoice was in 2003 and we've not been chasing.

 

What are the time limits. Am I right that I can chase anything within the last 6 years?

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My boss has asked me to chase a debtor at work. The invoice was in 2003 and we've not been chasing.

 

What are the time limits. Am I right that I can chase anything within the last 6 years?

 

6 years from the 1st demand for payment.

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"My boss has asked me to chase a debtor at work."

Chasing a debtor at his work place is against the OFT guidlines and an offence under The Administration of Justice Act. Tell your boss to do the job himself.

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"My boss has asked me to chase a debtor at work."

Chasing a debtor at his work place is against the OFT guidlines and an offence under The Administration of Justice Act. Tell your boss to do the job himself.

 

I think the OP means as part of his job he has been asked to chase an old invoice - not to chase someone at work

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My boss has asked me to chase a debtor at work. The invoice was in 2003 and we've not been chasing.

 

What are the time limits. Am I right that I can chase anything within the last 6 years?

 

If the invoice was based on a simple contract, for example you sold them X and they agreed to pay Y, then sequenci is right (although I believe scottish law has a 5 year period).

 

If the invoice is based on some other area of law this is different, but in most cases it would be a contract.

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(although I believe scottish law has a 5 year period).

Your belief would be correct.

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Please note opinions given by rory32 are offered informally as a lay-person in good faith based on personal experience. For legal advice, you must always consult a registered and insured lawyer.

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