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Insolvency Journal Frequently asked questions

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  • 1. In a Liquidation, what is the order of creditors and who are such creditors?

  • 2. What is a Directors Estimated Statement of Affairs?

  • 3. Are all creditors of the Company invited to the creditors meeting?

  • 4. What is a proxy form? Why are there two?

  • 5. Who appoints a liquidator and when does the appointment occur?

  • 6. What are the formalities at a Creditors Meeting/ Do I as a Creditor have an opportunity to ask the Directors questions?

  • 7. What is a Committee of Inspection?

  • 8. My employer has gone into liquidation, what should I do? What am I entitled to?

  • 9. A Company owes me money, can I petition to place it in Liquidation and what is the process?

  • 10. What is an Examinership?

  • 11. I am a creditor of a Company that is in Examinership, what happens to my debt?

  • 12. What happens if I supply goods to a Company during the Examination period?

  • 13. What does appointing a Receiver mean?

  • 14. Can I make an application to be declared bankrupt and what is the process?

  • 15. What are the consequences of being declared Bankrupt?

  • 16. How do I advertise on InsolvencyJournal.ie?

  • 17. How often is InsolvencyJournal.ie updated?

  • 18. What are the main differences between a Court Liquidation and a Creditors Voluntary Liquidation?

  • 19. What should I do if I find my Company is unable to pay its debts as they fall due?

  • 20. What is the role of the Office of Director of Corporate Enforcement in a Liqudiation?

 

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