Winding up under supervision-liquidation of companies, Financial Accounting

Winding up under supervision

Virtually obsolete, in consequence of s.303 and the power to invoke the court's assistance under s.301. If a supervision order is made, the effect is the same as on the making of a winding-up order (except that the O.R. does not become liquidator): the procedure is the same as in voluntary winding up, but the court may impose restrictions on the liquidator and will require him to submit regular reports on the conduct of the winding up: the court may appoint an additional liquidator ss.304-308.

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