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Creditors Voluntary Liquidation - Cross Roads Insolvency
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Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL)

Did you know that as a Director, you are personally liable for the Company’s debts that were incurred whilst the Company is insolvent. The Company could be insolvent if it:


  • Has continuously been making losses over a long time,
  • Had serious cash flow problems,
  • Has not paid tax nor employees’ superannuation for a period of time,
  • Has been pursued by a Debt Recovery Agent or solicitors engaged by the ATO or other creditors,
  • Has been forced to pay suppliers on a Cash on Delivery basis, and
  • Has been notified that ATO has issued a Garnishee Notice.


Once the Company is identified as showing the above signs of insolvency, to avoid Director’s personal liabilities, Creditor Voluntary Liquidation is usually the most suitable solution. Once the Company is placed into liquidation,    all legal proceedings including the one initiated by ATO will be stopped, all the stress from the unpaid suppliers and employees will disappear, the Director can have a clean slate to re-start or may commence a new business venture of his/her choosing.


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Have You Been Issued With One Of These Notices?

Have You Been Issued With One Of These Notices

Have You Been Issued With One Of These Notices?
Director Penalty Notice (DPN)

A Director may be personally liable for outstanding Employees’ PAYG and Superannuation when the ATO issues a Director Penalty Notice.

Statutory Demand

A creditor can apply to the Court to obtain Order to Wind up the Company if a Statutory Demand has not been responded to within 21 days.

Winding up Notice

Action is required at once if your Company is issued with this Notice, otherwise, this may lead to serious consequences for both the Company and Director.

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