Differences between liquidators and receivers, Business Law and Ethics

Differences between Liquidators and receivers:

There are also significant differences:

(a)a liquidator has numerous statutory powers. A receiver must rely on the powers given by the debenture under which he is appointed (or by the court);

(b)a receiver is personally liable on the contracts which he makes for the company. A liquidator has no such liability. But either, if he fails to perform his duties properly, may be called to account in various ways.

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