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Frequently Asked Questions

A Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) is a formal insolvency procedure which involves the directors of an insolvent company voluntarily choosing to bring their business to an end, and wind the company up.

Although the process is entered into on a voluntary basis, it often follows the cumulation of many months of financial distress when the possibility of a successful turnaround has been extinguished.

Even though this is far from an ideal situation, for an insolvent company which has no viable future as a profitable entity going forwards, voluntary liquidation by way of a CVL may be the best solution for all concerned.

What is a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) and how does the process work?

The difference between liquidation and administration

Company liquidation is a formal way of bringing about the end of a business. The most common type of liquidation procedure is a Creditors’ Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) which is used to close down insolvent companies.

All outstanding creditors will be dealt with as part of the process giving distressed company directors a fresh start away from the stresses associated with an underperforming business.

What is liquidation?

When you liquidate a company, its assets are used to pay off its debts. Any money left goes to shareholders. You’ll need a validation order to access your company bank account.

The company will stop doing business and employing people. The company will not exist once it’s been removed (‘struck off’) from the companies register at Companies House.

When is a Liquidator appointed?

The liquidator is an authorised insolvency practitioner or official receiver who runs the liquidation process. As soon as the liquidator is appointed, they’ll take control of the business.

What happens to directors?

There are 3 types of liquidation:

1. Creditors’ voluntary liquidation – your company cannot pay its debts and you involve your creditors when you liquidate it.

2. Compulsory liquidation – your company cannot pay its debts and you apply to the courts to liquidate it.

3. Voluntary liquidation – your company can pay its debts but you want to close it.

What happens to directors?

Where liquidation signals the ultimate end of a company, administration on the other hand is often focussed on saving the business through a process of restructuring. Once a company is placed into administration, the appointed administrator takes control of the company and it is immediately granted a moratorium – a powerful ring-fence that halts any legal action being taken.

This gives the administrator time and space to assess the company and devise a strategy to rescue the business should this be possible. This may involve a process of streamlining such as closing down non-performing areas of the business or unprofitable retail stores, or else by restructuring its debts to make them more affordable.

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Frequently Asked Questions

I have other debts, can this work for me?

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