Company dissolved in April

It looks like a company we thought we were dealing with was dissolved in April. We are freight small business and they booked a job with us on 29th of July. Of course, we haven`t been paid. Can I run a lawsuit against them?

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Alasdair Taylor's Answer

If the company was dissolved, then legally speaking it stopped existing, and so the company cannot have made the booking.  The question then is: which person – natural or legal – made the booking?

If the company was a one-man/woman-band, and the individual in question was the person you communicated with exclusively in relation to the booking, then the answer to that question may be fairly obvious.

Beyond that, I don’t have the information to comment on who might be the right person to sue.

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