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Exterior shot of Taylor and Sons Ltd, Unit 5-6 in Curran Road, Cardiff. A BLUNDER over a single letter on an official document caused the collapse of a 124-year-old Welsh family business ñ and could cost the Government millions after a High Court ruling.
Companies House is facing a damages bill for up to £8.8m after it mistakenly recorded Cardiff engineers Taylor & Sons Ltd as having been wound up.
It was another, entirely unconnected, company ñ Taylor & Son Ltd ñ which had actually gone bust.
When the word got out after the February 2009 error, Taylor & Sonsí business ran dry, orders were cancelled, and credit facilities were withdrawn.
Ultimately, the business, which was established in 1875 and had its roots in the 18th century, ended up in administration.
In a stunning triumph for the companyís former MD and co-owner Philip Davison-Sebry, a judge yesterday ruled Companies House legally responsible for the debacle.
The administrative slip-up was the only one of its kind ever recorThe spelling mistake that wrecked a family business: Companies House to pay £8.8m damages after engineering firm with 250 workers closed down when government pen-pusher left a letter ‘s’ out of document
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