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If you would like to read some more before calling us we have a bundle of information. Firstly, you should check that liquidation is the right solution for you. So why not Ask IRA! IRA is our Interactive Restructuring Adviser who will ask you four easy questions and then provide you with the appropriate solution.
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If you want to learn lots more about the different types of liquidation read on. The Corporations Act sets out the rules and procedures for the liquidation of companies. The liquidation of a company is the process of finalising its affairs which will involve the sale of assets, investigation of past actions, and the equitable distribution of the assets amongst creditors and thereafter to shareholders. There are several types of liquidation:
- Court Liquidation – ordered by the Court;
- Provisional Liquidation – also ordered by the Court but used where an urgent appointment is needed;
- Creditors Voluntary Liquidation – initiated by the directors but voted on by the company’s shareholders and creditors;
- Members’ Voluntary Liquidation – being the method used to wind up solvent companies.