I Have Received A High Court Writ…What do I do?

I Have Received A High Court Writ…What do I do?

What is a High Court Writ?

A High Court Writ is a formal written order by the...

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Entrepreneurs Relief Tax implications in Liquidation

Entrepreneurs Relief Tax implications in Liquidation

What is Entrepreneurs Relief?

Entrepreneurs relief allows you to pay less...

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What Is The Difference Between Voluntary Liquidation and Compulsory Liquidation?

What Is The Difference Between Voluntary Liquidation and Compulsory Liquidation?

It’s important to understand what the difference is between compulsory and...

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What is a Statutory Demand

What is a Statutory Demand?

Have you been threatened by a statutory demand?

A statutory demand is a legal...

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Putting a company into administration

Putting a company into administration

This page gives a detailed guide to the processes and procedures of putting a...

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What is the Government Gateway?

What is the Government Gateway?

The Government Gateway is a site used when you need to register for online...

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Who Is The Official Receiver?

The Official Receiver is a civil servant in The Insolvency Service and an...

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What Is The Difference Between Liquidation And Administration?

What Is The Difference Between Liquidation And Administration?

What is the difference between liquidation and administration?  

Administration...

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Overdrawn Director's Loan Accounts in Insolvency

Overdrawn Director's Loan Accounts in Insolvency

An Overdrawn Director's Loan Account occurs when a director owes the company...

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How To Wind Up A Limited Company

How To Wind Up A Limited Company

A winding up order means the limited company assets will be liquidated by the...

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Starting A New Company Post Liquidation - A guide for directors

Starting A New Company Post Liquidation - A guide for directors

Is it legal to start up another company as a director whilst being a director of...

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What Are Fixed and Floating Charges

A fixed charge is security over a non-changing asset like property whereas a...

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