Liquidation Notice of move from administration to dissolution
A Notice of Move from Administration to Dissolution refers to a legal document that signifies the transition of a company from the administration process to the dissolution process.
Administration is a formal insolvency procedure aimed at rescuing or restructuring a financially distressed company. It involves the appointment of an insolvency practitioner, known as an administrator, who takes control of the company’s affairs to achieve the best possible outcome for creditors. However, if the administrator determines that the company cannot be rescued or that its purpose has been fulfilled, they may initiate the process of moving the company towards dissolution.
When the administrator believes that the objectives of the administration have been achieved or that further administration is unnecessary, they will prepare a Notice of Move from Administration to Dissolution. This notice is typically filed with the court and notifies creditors, shareholders, and other interested parties that the company is being moved towards dissolution.
The Notice of Move from Administration to Dissolution may include information such as the date of the intended dissolution and any additional instructions or actions required from the parties involved. It serves as an official notification that the company is transitioning from the administration process to the dissolution process.
Following the filing of the notice, the company will proceed with the dissolution process, which involves removing the company from the register of companies and officially ceasing its legal existence. The assets, if any, of the company will be distributed among creditors in accordance with the priorities set out in insolvency law.
Creditors, shareholders, and other interested parties should carefully review the Notice of Move from Administration to Dissolution to understand the implications for the company and any further steps or actions that may be required. It is important to note that once the dissolution is completed, the company will no longer exist as a separate legal entity.
These notices are filed with Companies House against the registered company number. All UK company liquidation notices and updates are tracked centrally by Doorda.