Downloadable Guides

Our guides largely represent industry standards which set out the required practices and disclosure that we strive to achieve with regards to Corporate Insolvency:

Our very own No Nonsense Guides which are jargon free and succinctly outline the various procedures offered by Insolvency-Online. The Guides are full of very useful background to the available procedures, but our experience tells us that each situation is different and we always recommend that at some stage, and earlier is undoubtedly the better, you should pick up the telephone and ask to speak to one of our Licensed Insolvency Practitioners. All discussions are completely confidential. We do not keep your details on a database. We do not pass your details on to any third party.

The no nonsense guide to Administrations & Pre-packs
The no nonsense guide to Insolvent Liquidations
The no nonsense guide to Company Voluntary Arrangements
The no nonsense guide to Solvent Liquidations
The no nonsense guide to Individual Voluntary Arrangements

Please see below guides which largely represent industry standards which set out the required practices and disclosure that we strive to achieve with regards to Corporate Insolvency:

Administration - A Guide for Unsecured Creditors-R3
Administrative Receivership - A Guide for Unsecured Creditors
Compulsory Liquidation - A Guide for Unsecured Creditors
CVL - A Guide for Unsecured Creditors
Entrepreneurs' Tax Relief 2018
Fees - Guide to Administrators Fees
Fees - Guide to Liquidators Fees
Fees - Guide to Voluntary Arrangement Fees
Guide for Creditors - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Liquidation and Insolvency - Companies House
Guide to How to Wind Up your own company - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Company Directors Disqualification - The Insolvency Service
Guide for Employees - The Insolvency Service
Guide for Directors - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Reuse of Company Name after Liquidation - The Insolvency Service
Ostrich Guide to Business Survival-R3
Understanding Insolvency Guide-R3
Guide for Employees - What to do when made redundant Nov 2017
Liquidation - A members’ guide to fees

Please see below guides which largely represent industry standards which set out the required practices and disclosure that we strive to achieve with regards to Corporate Insolvency:

Consumer IVA Protocol October 2016
Bankruptcy - A Guide for Unsecured Creditors-R3
Consumer IVA Protocol - January 2014 version
In Debt - Dealing with your creditors
Fees - Guide to Voluntary Arrangement Fees
Fees - Guide to Trustee in Bankruptcy Fees April 2017
Guide for Creditors - The Insolvency Service
Guide for Employees - The Insolvency Service
Guide how to petition for your own Bankruptcy - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Alternatives to Bankruptcy - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Bankruptcy Restriction Orders - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Bankruptcy - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Debt Relief Orders - The Insolvency Service
Guide to Pension Rights in Bankruptcy - The Insolvency Service
Guide for Employees - What to do when made redundant Nov 2017
Personal Guide Debt Crisis Options - R3
R3 - Is a Voluntary Arrangement right for me?
R3 Standard Terms and Conditions for IVA - 2018 version
Understanding Insolvency Guide-R3

SIPs (Statements of Insolvency Practice) have been introduced over a number of years to promote and maintain high standards by setting out required practice and harmonising the approach of Insolvency Practitioners to particular aspects of insolvency practice. They apply in parallel to the prevailing statutory framework.

SIP 1 - An introductions to SIPs
SIP 2 - Investigations by Office Holders in Administrations
SIP 3 - Insolvency Guidance Note
SIP 3.1 - Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVA)
SIP 3.2 - Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVA)
SIP 6 - Deemed Consent & Decision Procedures in Insolvency Proceedings
SIP 7 - Presentation of Financial Information in Insolvency Proceedings
SIP 8 - Summoning and Holding Meeting of Creditors
SIP 9 - Remuneration of Insolvency Office Holders
SIP 10 - Insolvency Guidance Note
SIP 11 - Handling of Funds in Formal Insolvency Appointments
SIP 12 - Records of Meetings in Formal Insolvency Proceedings
SIP 13 - Disposal of Assets to Connected Parties in an Insolvency Process
SIP 14 - A Receiver's Responsibility to Preferential Creditors
SIP 15 - Reporting and Providing Information on their Functions to Committees and Commissioners
SIP 16 - Pre-Packaged Sales in Administrations
SIP 17 - An Administrative Receiver's Responsibility for the Company's Records

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