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Personal Guarantees Can be Protected When a Company is Insolvent

03rd October 2011
Many companies continue to be run even when they are insolvent to avoid triggering the personal guarantees of the directors and owners. Some of these might be listed for sale or investment through brokers in the hope that the buyer or investor will rel... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

Antecedent Transaction and Transaction at an Undervalue

30th June 2011
In the lead up to an liquidation process, it is crucial that the debtor makes sure that he / she acts honestly, honorably and fairly in his or her business with all other people who will be impacted by the process. Any ventures involving financial institu... Read >
Author: Freddy Meyer

Reorganization and Liquidation

11th August 2010
Bankruptcy is an effective relief to those people and companies experiencing financial difficulties. Not surprisingly, for several years there seemed to be a stigma associated with people who filed for bankruptcy. Today, however, bankruptcy is a lot more ... Read >
Author: Brenner

LIQUIDATOR’S CAPACITY TO SUE

03rd August 2010
PARK & ANOR V. LANRAY INDUSTRIES PTY LTD & ORS [2010] QSC 82 QUICK FACTS The plaintiffs who were the liquidators of the company in liquidation brought an action in their own name rather than as "the liquidators for the company" against the defenda... Read >
Author: Kyle

Five Options to Clear Out Surplus Inventory

29th April 2010
Slow-moving inventory is the nightmare of any retailer. Though the merchandise is of high quality for some reason or other it refuses to budge out of the store. It's an eye sore for some customers in the sense that being the store's loyal customers they a... Read >
Author: liza252

How to Motivate Sales People When Sales Are Poor

05th February 2010
Managing a sales team can require special skills when business is poor. Many attendees to management training seminars regularly say that when orders start to fall, salespeople react by working more slowly and therefore the level of sales tends to fall ac... Read >
Author: Richard Stone
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