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A Notice of Result of Creditor Decision refers to a legal document that informs creditors and other interested parties about the outcome of a creditor’s decision-making process. This notice is typically issued during insolvency proceedings, such as a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) or administration.

When a financially troubled company proposes a restructuring plan, such as a CVA, it must seek approval from its creditors. The creditors are given the opportunity to vote on whether to accept or reject the proposed arrangement. The Notice of Result of Creditor Decision is issued after the voting process has taken place and summarizes the outcome of the creditor’s decision.

The notice provides information regarding the number of votes cast in favor and against the proposed arrangement. It also specifies the percentage or majority required for the proposal to be accepted. If the requisite majority of the creditors has approved the proposal, the notice will state that the proposal has been accepted. Conversely, if the proposal is rejected, the notice will indicate that it has not been accepted.

The Notice of Result of Creditor Decision is an important communication that ensures transparency and informs creditors and other stakeholders of the decision made by the creditors. It allows them to understand the outcome of the voting process and the implications for the company’s restructuring or insolvency proceedings.

Creditors and other interested parties should carefully review the notice to understand the decision made by the creditors and the next steps in the process. The notice may provide additional information about the implications of the decision and any further actions required by the company or the creditors.

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