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    • By stevewright 18th Apr 17, 4:53 PM
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    advice regarding letter from a liquidator
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    • 18th Apr 17, 4:53 PM
    advice regarding letter from a liquidator 18th Apr 17 at 4:53 PM
    I received a letter via my accountants (registered office) the other day, from a liquidator for a company I previously did work for, claiming that I was paid money from them after a petition for liquidation was raised, and therefore requesting I write them a cheque back (payment in question was in 2012)


    the winding up was completed approx. 6mths after the payment was made, but they quoted section 127 of the insolvency act stating that it goes from when the petition was raised.


    where do I stand, as im not in the position to write them a cheque for what was 1mths work I did 5 yrs ago!


    my accountants have drafted a response that the winding up followed so no action should be taken, however another in the same accounts company suggested I ignore it
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