Utilising our years of insolvency experience we have developed a database of frequently asked questions.
A company cannot remain in administration indefinitely, however, there is not one sole route out of administration.
A company going into administration does not necessarily mean that the business will cease to exist; in fact, rescuing the company as a going concern is often the main objective.
When a company enters administration, it is granted a temporary moratorium. A moratorium can be seen as a legal ringfence which is placed around the company, preventing creditors from initiating litigation proceedings.
A pre-packaged – or pre-pack – administration process involves the sale of a company to either a connected or unconnected party.
Administration is a formal insolvency procedure, which is often used to bring about the rescue of a business experiencing financial problems.
Our FAQ’s cover different types of liquidation routes subject to the financial health of your business, company rescue options and director redundancy.
If you are considering liquidation for your company, taking expert advice at an early stage is crucial. At UK Liquidators, our team of licensed insolvency practitioners are committed to providing limited company directors with the help and advice they need to make an informed decision.
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