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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Insolvency

Insolvency is the state of being unable to pay the money owed, by a person or company, on time; those in a state of insolvency are said to be insolvent.

business-finance-restructuring.weil.com/contributors-corner/the-solvency-two-step

Mar 29, 2013 ... In fact, there are two standard definitions of solvency used in the courts along with associated tests. This post discusses the relationships ...

www.out-law.com/topics/financial-services/restructuring/corporate-insolvency-the-basics

A company is considered to be insolvent under English law if it is unable to pay its debts. There are two tests for corporate insolvency: the cash-flow test: is the ...

www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=86db1422-4c16-47c1-b47e-fd31ec35d67f

Jun 27, 2013 ... The UK Supreme Court recently considered the scope of the following tests for whether a company is unable to pay its debts (as set out in ...

www.begbies-traynorgroup.com/articles/insolvency/what-is-the-corporate-insolvency-test-for-a-limited-company-in-the-uk

The Corporate Insolvency Test refers to a method of determining a company's ability to meet its liabilities as they fall due, and whether the total value of its ...

www.gibsonhewitt.co.uk/services/business-insolvency-advice/take-the-insolvency-test

Take the Insolvency Test. Find out if your company is at risk of being insolvent. Insolvency advice given with no obligation to proceed.

www.willamette.com/pubs/presentations/reilly_bankruptcy_slides.pdf

May 10, 2012 ... Proving or Contesting Debtor Insolvency. Under the Balance Sheet Test. Analyzing Insolvency in Preference and Fraudulent Transfer Litigation.

www.companyrescue.co.uk/company-rescue/guides/insolvency-test

So how do you know if your business is insolvent? Take the insolvency test and read this guide for help. Check cash flow, balance sheet and legal action.

www.fasimms.co.uk/cash-flow-test

We explain the difference between balance sheet and cash flow tests and when ... opportunity to get back on track – then the company is likely to be insolvent.