Proactive, open and honest communication with your clients and suppliers is key
If you have outstanding invoices or other debt owed to your business there are a number of ways you can go about recovering it. At LawBite our dispute experts have put together a number of options to help you. >> Find out more here.
What can I do if I cannot agree a solution with my debtor?
The pre-action protocol requires that you send a letter before action (LBA) or letter of claim by post, but if this is not possible, you may need to consider using email (ensure you have the correct, current email address for your debtor).
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