Voluntary Administration

What is a voluntary administration? This video outlines the voluntary administration process and the key processes and options that can be taken.

What is a voluntary administration? This video outlines the voluntary administration process and the key processes and options that can be taken.

In the video, you’ll discover these key points:

  • The definition of a creditors voluntary liquidation
  • How the process of a creditors voluntary liquidation works
  • The roles and responsibilities of the liquidator
  • Possible outcomes
  • How Cathro & Partners can help with creditors voluntary liquidation

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