Chris The Lawyer : Hi and welcome. My first response will follow shortly. Please feel free to follow up if anything is not clear.
Chris The Lawyer : This rings many alarm bells for me. Starting with the first, I would not suggest you get involved with someone who doesn't use his own name. That must be because he has a poor reputation, and may even be bankrupt or was bankrupt in the past. If you know his real name you can search this here http://www.insolvency.govt.nz/cms
Chris The Lawyer : The next issue is that you have no money and the company has no money. Where is the working capital to get this off the ground?
Chris The Lawyer : You are the director of the company so any transaction should be in control of all contracts and signe them yourself. You should not delegate anything to him. If you are taking on a large contract which goes bad, you will be in the firing line and not this person, who will likely disappear.
Chris The Lawyer : I would also suggest that construction is now a very complex business. You should not enter any large contract unless you have a minimum of several years, and project management experience, building experience, company management and experience with tax requirements.
Chris The Lawyer : Without these, you are being led to a fall.
Chris thankyou so much. I have not signed any contract with this person, if I de-register my business immediately, will i be clear, or is that another question I have to pay for, cause I dont have much in my visa. thankyou very much