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(p. 630) 24. Corporate rescue, insolvency, and dissolution 

(p. 630) 24. Corporate rescue, insolvency, and dissolution
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(p. 630) 24. Corporate rescue, insolvency, and dissolution
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Lee Roach

DOI:
10.1093/he/9780198748380.003.0024
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date: 23 April 2021

This chapter examines the different procedures available to companies that are experiencing financial difficulties. The chapter begins by examining what is a rescue culture, and the extent to which such a culture is present in the UK. The chapter then discusses a series of mechanisms that are designed to rescue a struggling company, namely administration and company voluntary arrangements. Receivership is then discussed, which is not a rescue procedure, but a mechanism designed to allow a creditor to recover monies owed. The chapter then looks at winding up (or liquidation) which is the process whereby the assets of the company are realized and paid out, prior to the company being dissolved. The chapter ends by looking at the rules relating to dissolution and restoration.

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