CIS tax payments - checking they've been paid?

I've worked for a couple of rather dodgy builders this year, who paid me via the CIS scheme. I did get pay slips at the time. How do I find out if they paid HMRC my deductions?
If they havent paid, what happens? Thanks.
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On 10/04/2016 09:18, A.Lee wrote:

You will be entitled to a credit for the tax he deducted so (to state the obvious) guard those pay slips[1] as if they were cash.
I don't know where the legislation on this ended up but it's covered in http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/manuals/cogmanual/cog909230.htm (towards the end).
[1] strictly "Pay & Deduction Statements" - unless they've changed the name again :(
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