Download the Winding Up Order Guide

This guide is to help you understand what a Compulsory Winding Up Order is and how you can protect your Company from being Wound Up by your creditors and the Courts.

The guide is entirely free to download, and it will help you:

  • Understand your legal rights and how to defend your Company from a Winding Up Petition and a Winding Up Order.
  • Understand the different steps of the process. First, being served a Statutory Demand, followed by the service of a Winding Up Petition and ultimately a Winding Up Order from the Courts.
  • Learn what your options are if you dispute the debt owed.
  • Get to grips with legacy debts including HMRC Debts, Trade Creditors and unsecured bank lending.
  • Secure a Strategy that works for you and your Company.
  • Take action now to protect you and your business from enforcement and court action by HMRC and Trade Creditors.

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About 4R Business Recovery 

4R Business Recovery, over the last ten years, has helped 1000's of directors and shareholders restructure their business and secure a second chance.

If you or your business are suffering from legacy HMRC debts which you are struggling to pay then this is not only stressful but for many business owners, a very dark and lonely place.

We hope you find the guide useful and don't hesitate to reach out. We are happy to schedule a telephone or video call or a meeting and offer some free advice on the restructuring options available to you. 4R is in the business of second chances and a problem shared is a problem halved.

Top Tips

      1. Act Early and Act decisively; usually, any decision is better than sitting on the fence, hoping the problem will all go away.
      2. If you believe the debt is not owed or disputed then the Statutory Demand and Winding Up Petition could be an abuse of process, and you should contact your solicitors or us immediately to put the Creditors on notice that the debt is disputed.
      3. Once a Winding Up Petition has been issued the rules for Directors of Limited Companies change; for example, you need to understand that you could become personally liable for post-petition distributions of the Company's cash and assets. So even paying suppliers and staff after a petition has been issued could potentially have to be repaid by the Directors personally.
      4. Your fiduciary duty as a director changes when the Company is insolvent, and you are required to work in the best interest of creditors.
      5. If you have an overdrawn director's loan account, call us now for advice on 0800 0385 140.

Don't delay, get in touch today, you are sure of complete confidentiality, an understanding ear, and more importantly - someone who can devise a plan of action. 

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