Liquidation

Liquidation vs Administration

Liquidation vs Administration – What Should You Consider for Your Business?

Company insolvency is not an easy situation to deal with; what’s also a difficult decision is deciding which route to take to resolve the situation. Is it better to liquidate the company and use its assets to pay back creditors? Alternatively, if the company is worth saving, is administration a better option to give your …

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Liquidation Solicitors

Why You Should Consider Simple Liquidation for CVL & MVL in the United Kingdom

Having to admit insolvency and face liquidation is not easy for any company director. No liquidation process is easy but what will make the process simpler is professional liquidation solicitors. When entering into a CVL (Creditors Voluntary Liquidation) or an MVL (Members’ Voluntary Liquidation) process, it must be handled by a licensed insolvency practitioner (IP) …

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What is a Creditors’ Liquidation Meeting and What Does it Mean for your Business?

With any voluntary or compulsory liquidation process for an insolvent company that’s being chased by creditors, the liquidator will call a creditors’ meeting. Once it has been agreed with the board of directors that a voluntary liquidation is the best route, the liquidator agrees a suitable date and time for the creditors’ meeting. This usually …

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How Creditors Voluntary Liquidation Works and the Effect on the Business?

When a business is suffering from debts they cannot honour and creditors are demanding payment, the directors of the business are often in the position of having to consider liquidating the company. In some cases, creditors will have petitioned the court and forced the company into compulsory liquidation. However, if it hasn’t got that far, …

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How to Liquidate a Company and Can I Do It Myself?

Whether a company is solvent or insolvent, it is not possible to liquidate a company yourself. Any company liquidation must be handled by a licensed insolvency practitioner (IP). Unless the company has been issued with a winding up petition by a creditor, the directors of the company make the decision to liquidate it and instruct …

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What is the Voluntary Administration Process?

Voluntary administration is an alternative to liquidation when winding up an insolvent company. It is used to protect the company from any legal action by creditors as the company voluntarily agrees to pay regular payments to settle their debts over a period of time. An appointed administrator handles the voluntary administration process, as well as …

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Solvent Liquidation in UK

What is the Role and Purpose of Voluntary Solvent Liquidation?

When a company goes into liquidation, it’s not always because of insolvency. There are times when a solvent company opts for liquidation on a voluntary basis. This form of voluntary solvent liquidation is known as a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) and is a legal liquidation process to wind up a solvent company. Why choose a …

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What is a Creditors’ Liquidation Meeting and What Does it Mean for your Business?

With any voluntary or compulsory liquidation process for an insolvent company that’s being chased by creditors, the liquidator will call a creditors’ meeting. Once it has been agreed with the board of directors that voluntary liquidation is the best route, the liquidator agrees a suitable date and time for the creditors’ meeting. This usually takes …

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