A question for the 'Legal Eagles'.

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A question for the 'Legal Eagles'.

MR H
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Re: A question for the 'Legal Eagles'.

Michael Towner
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As far as I know, yes, provided the company doesn't misrepresent its legal position or has been the subject of a court order which prevents the company from carrying on the business for which it was registered. The "caveat emptor" principle - "the buyer (or customer) should take care" - applies, as ever.
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Re: A question for the 'Legal Eagles'.

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 Yes, all companies have to be registered as they are subject to the Companies Act 1985 and 1989.

 There are only two exceptions for registration.

 Sole trader. In this case they are trading in their personal capacity and have no limitation of liability.
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