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I used to have a building company, but was forced tocease ...

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I used to have a building company, but was forced tocease due to ill health now my last customer is stating that a roof I did was not to regulations although I believe it was. that aside what would be my liabilitys due to not trading anymore and no longer having the company
Submitted: 9 years ago.
Category: Business Law
Expert:  Anne_C replied 9 years ago.

DearCustomer

What state are you in?

Were you incorporated, or a limited liability company, or another business form?

Did you have commercial general liability (CGL) insurance?

Customer: replied 9 years ago.
Hi many thanks for your response and in reply I was a sole trader and I had public liabilty ? unsure if that same as what you are asking?
These accusations come approx 18months from time of doing the job whilst the person is now takng me to court he knows that I have not traded since his job due to ill health.
His claims are to rectify and they are very steeply priced and I feel as though I am being backed into a corner as money is now very tight and I am not in a position if it deemed to be faulty to rectify myself.
Your advise therefore would be greatly appreciated.
Expert:  Anne_C replied 9 years ago.

DearCustomer

I still need to know your geographic location . . . Thank you.