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What happens if a liquidator is appointed to my company?

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The liquidator is required to act in the interests of the creditors. He/she takes control of the company and its assets and manages its affairs without reference to the directors. He/she will sell the assets and may pursue any of the company’s claims against others – including its directors! The liquidator’s fees are payable from the company’s assets. The liquidator must lodge a report with ASIC as to the company’s affairs. Ultimately, the company will be deregistered.

 

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