Voluntary Liquidation happens when the shareholders in a firm agree to wind up a business in which they hold shares.
Bolton, Lancashire -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/19/2014 -- Voluntary liquidation is the method by which all the assets of a company are dissolved to pay off workers according to the redundancy law and close the business.
This 'selected' form of liquidation is mainly taken when all other possibilities have been exhausted. This has been seen currently during the latest 'credit crunch' when Woolworths closes as it can’t find a purchaser. However, a vital distinction is that voluntary liquidation is introduced by the business and its investors rather than a bank and other borrowers' calling forth what is billed making the business down.
This liquidation can actually end in aiding the firm to carry on the business if it is done properly and if the firm is large enough. In many cases some business which are facing an extended period of loss in their marketplaces sometimes move on to liquidate subsidiary firms as a means of settling outstanding debts of the parental firm. It also helps to produce income in order to launch a new item or to try to boost their latest services or products sales. However, all the business trading related to the subsidiary will also be settled first upon insolvency. Then the left money is used to make the renovation of the main business.
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