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You have the right to obtain details of the personal information we hold about you by making a subject access request in accordance with the DPA or the GDPR. We may at our discretion charge a fee, proportionate to the costs involved. You can make a request to: marketing@mlmsolutions.co.uk

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Your personal information will be kept secure within mlm Solutions. We will not transfer your personal details to any third party for the purpose of direct marketing without your permission. We use certain third party service providers who may have access to your personal data so that they can provide services to us. When this occurs, we have data protection compliant contract in place with these third parties. MailChimp will have access to your e-mail address so that we can send you our updates. If you provided your details through our website then Moore Legal Technology and XY&Z Cretative who maintain our websites will have access to your details.

We shall retain your information in accordance with the timelines outlined in our Data Retention / Privacy Policy which can be found on our website. If you have any questions, comments or requests regarding your personal information (including how to stop us contacting you with legal updates) please contact: marketing@mlmsolutions.co.uk

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The Creditors' Guides to Fees provide explanations of creditors' rights with regard to insolvency practitioners' fees. They explain how an insolvency practitioner seeks approval of his fees, what information a creditor can expect to receive, and what a creditor can do if he is dissatisfied with the level of a practitioner’s fees.

As required in Statement of Insolvency Practice 9 the link below can be used by creditors to access suitable explanatory notes setting out their rights.

IPA - Creditors’ Guides to Fees

Completed your self-assessment tax return and unable to pay your bill?

Anyone can find themselves in financial trouble.

You’re not alone.

We know, from experience, it’s an extremely difficult and stressful time.

We also know that  there are options available to you.

We’re here to help.

We’ve helped many people in your situation.

Things will get better. The first step is to act quickly.

mlm Solutions is a financial recovery, restructuring and debt advisory boutique committed to an innovative, solutions-based approach to assisting individuals and small businesses address their financial challenges.

Contact our trusted experts to find a solution today.

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Charles

Completed your self-assessment tax return and unable to pay your bill?

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0208 108 2284

Or simply complete our online solutions form below

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What is court winding up?

If a company has no prospect of avoiding liquidation and typically where the company has little or no assets available for creditors, the company can be wound-up by petitioning the Court, and placed into compulsory liquidation. The petition can be presented by the directors of the company, the company (Shareholders) or by a creditor of the company.

If presented on behalf of the company or its directors, a resolution for winding up must be passed. If the petition is on behalf of a creditor, the creditor must demonstrate to the court that the company is insolvent. Usually, the creditor will seek to show that the company cannot pay its debts as they fall due.

The petition will be advertised and, in due course, a winding up order will be made and an interim liquidator will be appointed.

View our Liquidation PDF. 

When to consider winding up

The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that the business is closed, any assets of the company are realised for the benefit of the company's creditors and its affairs are brought to an orderly conclusion.

Next steps

Following their appointment the interim liquidator is responsible for winding-up the company the affairs of the company, safeguarding and realising the assets of the company for the benefit of the company's creditors, calling a meeting of the company's creditors to appoint a liquidator as well as considering and reporting to the Insolvency Service on the conduct of directors.

Court Winding Up Petitions (WUP) Glasgow & Edinburgh, Scotland

We understand that facing up to financial challenges can be extremely difficult and stressful. However, you should be reassured to know that there are options available and, with the right advice and support, you can take the necessary steps to improve your situation. 

For further information on compulsory liquidation and advice on winding up petitions (WUP) for your company, contact us today at an office near you.

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