Winding Up Petition

How To Stop A Winding Up Petition; Options 

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Winding Up Petition

 A winding up petition is significant legal action that can jeopardise company continuity.  Left unchecked, the outcome of a winding up petition is compulsory liquidation.   A licensed insolvency practitioner like ourselves, can help to urgently stop a winding up petition.

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The winding up of a company:

Before a winding up petition can be issued a creditor that is owed £750 upwards may send a payment demand letter or serve a statutory demand asking for repayment of the company debt.  If the company debt remains unpaid and the creditor believes the company insolvent, there are then grounds for a winding up petition and subsequent winding up order.  In closing a company (liquidation), creditors have the chance to recover their debt as any assets are sold and the proceeds distributed.  Payment will result in it's dismissal.

Winding up petition options / how to stop a winding up petition: 

Explore the following winding up petition options; having first and importantly, bought some time with a court adjournment (call us now to arrange: 0121 201 1720).  

The options available and consequences of a winding up petition very much depend upon the speed with which action is taken and the company's circumstances.  As part of the winding up process, it is likely bank accounts will be frozen once a winding up petition is advertised (can be 7 days after petition is served) in the London Gazette  to protect unsecured creditors.  Following on, other creditors may also claim, serving a notice of support.

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