Court Liquidation

A court liquidation is a formal winding up of a company which involves the liquidator being appointed by the courts. The petition to wind up a company through the courts can be taken by a creditor of the company in response to the non payment of a debt. Alternatively the petition can be made by the company itself, with a view to preserving the assets of the company or saving the underlying business and jobs.

Crowe Horwath can assist through:

  • Advising the creditor on the appropriateness of seeking a winding up of a debtor
  • Advising the company on the appropriateness or otherwise of the official liquidation procedure
  • Advising on the procedure of putting a company into liquidation
  • Acting as the creditor / company’s nominee as official liquidator
Contacts
 

Naoise Cosgrove

Managing PartnerCorporate Finance
 

Neil Davitt

PartnerAudit
 

Aiden Murphy

PartnerCorporate Recovery
 

Gerard O’Reilly

PartnerCorporate Finance
 

Mairea Doyle Balfe

DirectorHotel Tourism Leisure
 

Edward Byrne

Associate DirectorCorporate Finance