Can you claim a restaurant voucher from the estate of the owner if the restaurant closes down? | LawHive - Solicitors & Lawyers Online
Can you claim a restaurant voucher from the estate of the owner if the restaurant closes down?
Our children bought us a voucher for a restaurant in our town, in March all his staff walked out and he shut the doors. I’ve tried ringing, emailing and and messaging him but he has never opened them or replied and this week I see it is up for sale. Does anyone know if I can claim the voucher money from his estate or another way? I’m assuming he’s closing the business altogether as he’s said to the local newspaper that he’s lost his mojo. I wouldn’t normally frett but it’s for £250 and I’m guessing he will making some money out of the sale.

Jack Murphy

19th April 2022

Top Answer
NQ: how did your children pay for the voucher? If credit or debit card then they need to contact the card company or bank and ask for the charge back department. They will get the money back.

Doris Morin

20th April 2022

3 upvotes

NQ On companies House it will give the details of who has been appointed administrator. Chase it up with them

Kelly Weatherwax

20th April 2022

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