We get asked by a lot of clients, what do we about our debts? And what is Company Insolvency?
The three main types are;
Compulsory Liquidation – Is where creditors believe the company to be insolvent and this not able to pay its creditors, so the creditors petition the Court to liquidate the company One of the biggest creditors to petition the Court is HMRC when taxes are owed and the government believes the company to be insolvent.
Members Voluntary Liquidation – When a company is a solvent and able to pay outstanding debt, a Members Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) can be commenced. There is no court involvement in this procedure.
Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation – Rather than the company’s creditors, it’s the company directors who start this process because the company is insolvent and unable to its debts. Usually, a CVL is requested before a compulsory liquidation can be petitioned by the Court.
With COVID 19, it can be a confusing time on what company directors should do?
From a free detailed analysis of what is best for your company, contact us and we will be happy to help.