Director of a dissolved company legally liable

A director signs a contract for works in the name of a dissolved company, but fails to complete and do further work. Has had large amount money of the quote and fails to provide receipts/invoices, accounts, and fails to communicate and cancels his insurance. Is he legally liable for damaged caused and failure to complete the work?

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Alasdair Taylor's Answer

He may well have some liability here. Assuming the losses make it worthwhile, you should instruct a solicitor to provide formal advice here.

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