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Thanks for your response. Your answer is what I have found on the internet. To complete the answer, I guess you tell me if the Administrator has failed in their duties? I need to find the angle to get them to deal with this matter.
The issue has arisen after trying to obtain a personal mortgage and the mortgage company running a directors search and finding the CCJ's. That was the first we heard about it.
Thanks you for advice.
In summary, we don't have a leg to stand on and we are relying on the Administrators good nature to write the court on our behalf.
The CCJ's are definitely against the company and not us personally as we have run personal credit checks. The lender, Halifax, hold CCJ's against you if were a director of a company that had a CCJ lodged against it. This underwriting policy seems to contradict the point of setting up a Limited company.
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