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Is My Company Insolvent


If a company cannot pay it’s bills on time, as and when due, under the Insolvency Act 1986, technically your company is insolvent, or in a state of insolvency. If the company owes a lot of money to creditors, and has insufficient assets to meet those debts, technically, the company is insolvent.

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