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Compulsory or Voluntary Liquidation

The question of Compulsory or Voluntary Liquidation has been asked quite a bit over the last couple of months and we have decided to outline the two options below.

A compulsory liquidation is a much more aggressive style of going about liquidation and this is usually the case when a creditor demands the outstanding debt to be paid immediately. Voluntary liquidation is a much more relaxed approach and this usually gives the company time to prepare for liquidation and to appoint a more favourable liquidator to assist with the liquidation process.

Both options are used in the appropriate scenarios and feel free to contact us with more information on the two liquidation options.

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