Liquidations Specialist Solicitors.
Liquidation is a procedure through which the assets of a company are realised and distributed to creditors. Following the end of liquidation, the company is dissolved.
There are three types of liquidation – which are as follows:
- Compulsory liquidation
A company can be placed into liquidation by an Order of the Court where a petitioning creditor issues a winding up petition against the company.
- Creditors Voluntary liquidation (CVL)
This is the opportunity for shareholders and directors to decide to close the business and appoint a Liquidator.
- Members Voluntary liquidation (MVL)
Here the shareholders resolve to appoint a Liquidator and all of the liabilities of the company (including the expenses of Liquidation) are (usually) settled within 12 months.
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