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Notice of court order ending of administration for a company is the same as Notice of Discharge of Administration Order.

A Notice of Discharge of Administration Order is a legal document that signifies the conclusion of the administration process for a company. It is issued by the court and serves as a formal notification to creditors, shareholders, and other interested parties that the administration order has been discharged.

The administration order is a court-approved insolvency procedure that places a financially distressed company under the control of an administrator, who aims to achieve the best possible outcome for creditors and the company itself. The administrator’s role is to manage the company’s affairs, stabilize its financial position, and develop a plan for the company’s future.

When the objectives of the administration have been achieved, such as the restructuring of the company, sale of assets, or fulfillment of creditor claims, the administrator will apply to the court for a Notice of Discharge of Administration Order. Once the court grants the order, the administrator’s powers come to an end, and the company is released from the administration process.

The Notice of Discharge of Administration Order typically includes information about the date of discharge, confirming that the administration process has concluded. It may also outline any significant outcomes or achievements during the administration, as well as instructions or actions required from creditors, shareholders, or directors moving forward.

These notices are filed with Companies House against the registered company number. All UK company liquidation notices and updates are tracked centrally by Doorda.