If you are a Director looking to close a company, Oliver Elliot can help you address your concerns and prepare company resolutions for voluntary liquidation.
In order to place a company into Voluntary Liquidation, two resolutions need to be passed being the winding-up resolution and the appointment of the Liquidator.
Company No: [COMPANY NUMBER] Registered in England and Wales
COMPANIES ACT 2006
INSOLVENCY ACT 1986
Resolutions of [COMPANY NAME]
At a general meeting of the above-named company duly convened and held at
on [DATE] at [TIME]
the following resolutions were passed: No 1 as a special resolution, No 2 and [No 3 as ordinary resolutions and No 4 as a special resolution].
- THAT the company be wound up voluntarily.
- THAT [NAME OF LIQUIDATOR] of [ADDRESS OF LIQUIDATOR] be and is hereby appointed Liquidator for the purpose of such winding-up.
- THAT the Liquidator be remunerated at the set amount of [AMOUNT] exclusive of VAT and disbursements. [FOR MEMBERS VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION ONLY]
- THAT, in accordance with the provisions of the company’s articles of association, the Liquidator be and is hereby authorised to divide among the members in specie all or any part of the company’s assets. [FOR MEMBERS VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION ONLY]
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