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Insolvency

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Insolvency is the state of being unable to pay the money owed, by a person or company, on ... Accounting insolvency happens when total liabilities exceed total assets (negative net worth). ... that ...

Corporate insolvency: the basics - Out-Law.com

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A company is considered to be insolvent under English law if it is unable to pay ... the company's business beyond the point when insolvent liquidation becomes ...

Insolvency in brief - PwC

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What procedures are open to an insolvent company? ... How do I find out when a company, partnership or individual has become insolvent? ... What happens to the company at the end of an administration?

When directors can be personally liable on company insolvency ...

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A director of a company that is wound up because it is insolvent can be made personally liable for such of its debts as the court sees fit, if there has been ...

What Happens to My Company if it Goes Bankrupt? - Bankruptcy Law

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A company going bankrupt is not just a source of anxiety for its leaders. ... Bankruptcy Code to "reorganize" its business and try to become profitable again. ... If a company has filed for Chapter 7 or “straight bankruptcy” it is completely insolvent.

What is 'corporate insolvency'? - Findlaw UK

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Dec 16, 2015 ... That can happen where, for instance, an administrator is appointed and ... If you are concerned your company may be or become insolvent ...

What Happens to a Subsidiary Company if the Parent Company ...

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The second is cash-flow based, which occurs when the company cannot pay obligations as they become due. This can lead to legal insolvency proceedings, ...

Understanding Insolvency - R3

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Once a company or individual has become insolvent, several courses of action ... individuals and companies (see Section 2 – What Happens in an Insolvency?).

Insolvency explained - Arita

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Any money left over after paying bills is known as profit for a company, ... be paid when they are due, the business or individual is considered to be insolvent.

Company Going Into Liquidation? What Happens and What Does It ...

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The directors of the insolvent company can also legally lodge a petition to have the company wound up, ... Unable to pay debts as and when they become due

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Directors - What happens if company insolvent | ASIC - Australian ...

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Mar 23, 2016 ... It can be done by the board of the company resolving that the company is insolvent, or likely to become insolvent, and an administrator should ...

What does Insolvency mean? - Insolvency - Law Plain and Simple

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Jan 25, 2013 ... Insolvency is a term used for both companies and individuals. As an individual, it's more popularly known as Bankruptcy, but for a company it's ...

Insolvency FAQs | Law Donut

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Reduce the risks of insolvency and what to do if your business is already in ... This means you could become personally liable for the company's debts (as well  ...