hi just a q the company did not generate a revenue 20 k was invested by a foreign investor it was within her duties to register the company for a paye due in accordance with companies act she was the sole director the company never agreed to pay her for her rent but a part of the rent and she specifically said that in her et1 claim
thanks but she has brought a claim to the tribunal for notice and holiday pay when in fact she only worked for 1 month and 14 days
how can she be a debtor and still claim monies from the company when in fact it is she that owes the company any monies this is my argument I am a qualified accountant but my question is this lady has brought a claim to the employment tribunal that worked for 1 month and 14 days has filled and served in Greece as the respondent is in Greece without obtaining permission to service outside jurisdiction my question can we argue that she all ready received so much money from the company and is not due any holiday or notice the company paid all her rent on 5 February and 20 February the association was terminated so how can she claim unauthorised deduction from wages when in fact she still to this day is residing in an accommodation prepaid by the company that is dormant and is not providing a service this is my argument
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