Transactions arising in a liquidation, Business Law and Ethics

Transactions Arising In A Liquidation:

In collection in and realisation of assets in order to pay the company's debts and then to distribute any surplus to members the liquidator will have dealings with creditors, secured and unsecured, with members and others.  He may have to enforce claims on behalf of the company against those who previously managed its business.  He has also to consider whether the charges on the company's assets on which secured creditors rely are still valid.  This topic is concerned with the legal aspects of these problems and transactions of the liquidator.

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