What is the difference between insolvancy and liquidation?

its all about bankruptcy
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Asked Dec 27, 2014
As I have read, Liquidation is not always the result of insolvency. It is the process whereby the assets of a company are realised to cover the debts of the company while Insolvency is the term used to describe a company’s situation – i.e. a company is insolvent when it is unable to meet it’s debts when they fall due, and/or when their liabilities exceed their assets. http://goo.gl/JmsBgi
Answered Jan 08, 2015
Yeah, I strongly agree. Added to that, to describe a situation where a company is unable to continue to trade therefore requires a liquidation process to pay off their debts. For more info visit us http://tldr.me/3ks16cyp
Answered Jan 09, 2015
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Answered Apr 14, 2017
The key difference between the two procedures is that the company’s administration intent to help company repay its debts in order to escape from insolvency and it is the legal ending of a limited company. Whereas Insolvency is the term used to describe a company’s situation in relation to meet its debts. In this case we can contact all your creditors to see if we can reach an informal agreement like Company Voluntary Arrangement or Administration.

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Answered Mar 23, 2018

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