Checklist for Liquidating my Company



There are 3 ways a company may be put into liquidation:

  1. By a special resolution of the shareholders.

  2. By the company, where an event specified in its constitution has occurred.

  3. By the court, based on an application from the company or a director or shareholder or creditor.

When a company is put into liquidation through either a special resolution of the shareholders or by the board of the company (1 and 2 above) then a private liquidator may be appointed.

When a company is put into liquidation by order of the court (as by 3 above) then either a private liquidator or the Official Assignee will be appointed as liquidator.


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