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Corporate & Business Insolvency Resource Centre

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Thanks to a large team of industry experts, we are able to provide a range of insolvency services including liquidation, administration, safe harbour, advisory, forensic accounting and receivership. In addition to a free consultation service, our team of experts have compiled research articles that can be used to improve you knowledge. They will assists you on your journey to a successful economic future.

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Strike-Off Progress In Action

A ‘strike off action’ is the process undertaken by ASIC to remove a company name from the company register. Directors should know about strike off action including why a company would be struck off, the striking off process, and how to apply for reinstatement.

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Is It Illegal To Trade While Insolvent?

Companies are a unique type of legal structure in that they are a separate legal entity and provide limited liability. However, there are certain situations where Directors are held personally liable for the company’s dealings.

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How to Close Down a Business (Updated 2021)

Whether you’re closing down your business by choice or have been forced to do so, it is an involved process with strict compliance requirements. How you shut down will depend on your business structure and why you’re no longer operating your business.

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How to Dissolve a Business Partnership (Updated 2021)

A business partnership can break down for a number of reasons, but knowing what to do next, including your legal and financial obligations, is important.

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What is Voluntary Insolvency?

Insolvency is a term that generally applies to businesses that can no longer repay their debts.