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International construction and support services group, Carillion, announced on 15 January, 2018, that it had taken steps to enter compulsory liquidation.
The debt-stricken construction giant announced it had "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect" on Monday (January 15) after rescue talks failed.
BELEAGUERED fashion chain Store Twenty One has collapsed into compulsory liquidation.
A56-6825/2016, on compulsory liquidation of the credit institution Joint-stock Commercial Bank Turbobank, joint-stock company, (Bank of Russia registration No.
However, one clear path forward is to place the Welsh Assembly, LEA and Estyn into compulsory liquidation and allow schools to work as groups with each guiding and inspecting each other, based on teacher professionalism and parental experience.
His comments follow a survey which reveals HM Revenue and Customs was behind almost half of all court petitions aimed at forcing companies into compulsory liquidation to recover debts over the last six months.
.NEW research shows that firms entering compulsory liquidation owed at least pounds 887m over the past year.
A winding up petition orders that a company be placed into compulsory liquidation, although companies can be wound up voluntarily without the need for court intervention.
The Broli Cymraeg Trust, based in the landmark Clocktower building in Mostyn, went into compulsory liquidation and was wound up on June 17, Companies House has confirmed.
The firm was placed into compulsory liquidation by HM Revenue & Customs because it had become insolvent and was unable to pay its debts for tax and VAT.
A LAW firm with offices in Huddersfield, Halifax and Bradford has been placed in compulsory liquidation.
A compulsory liquidation is the winding up of a company or a partnership by a court order.

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