Many people would like to know how to recover a debt from a company in liquidation. The answer is that there are a few methods, but they all have different levels of success. Without a shadow of a doubt, it is necessary to rely on an experienced brokerage firm.
When a company, with or without acknowledgement of bankruptcy, is liquidated, those who have lent money in recent times may decide to recover their credit.
If the company is in liquidation, the procedure can be longer and more complex, so it is a good idea to take a few preliminary steps before embarking on a difficult path that could lead to a dead end.
First of all, it is necessary to check the actual state of liquidation: if it is real, it will appear in the Register of Enterprises at the Chamber of Commerce, so it will suffice to make a simple Chamber of Commerce visit.
Notify the liquidator (who will have to pay the debts in place of the administrator of the company), using his address, which will be found in the Chamber of Commerce register, and giving him a deadline of 5 days.
Carry out asset and financial investigations on the company in liquidation, in order to check whether there are assets that can be converted into money to pay off the debt.
Examine the final liquidation balance sheet, a "statement" of the company's assets and liabilities.
These are just the first steps in recovering a debt from a company in liquidation, and they are far from simple. The most complicated part comes immediately afterwards, and it is unthinkable to proceed without the support of a professional or intermediary agency that does this for a living.
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