Corporate insolvency and personal bankruptcy scenarios bring with them a number of legal issues affecting the rights of all stakeholders, the ranking of creditors, and the compliance with various legal procedures intended to safeguard the interests of all the parties involved.
At ACT, we provide comprehensive guidance and assistance to shareholders, creditors and other effected persons in relation to liquidation or bankruptcy proceedings and other formalities involved in the winding up process.
Our services include:
(a) Preparation and submission to the Registry of Companies of the pertinent documentation to place a company into liquidation;
(b) Acting as company liquidators;
(c) Preparation of resolutions and other pertinent documentation in connection with the liquidation of the company;
(d) Advice and assistance on the various modes of how a company can be placed into liquidation;
(e) Preparation of winding up accounts and schemes of distribution;
(f) Liaison with the Maltese authorities on various liquidation matters.
For further information please contact us by sending us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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