Administrators' & liquidators' duties and powers

Administrators' & liquidators' duties and powers

With increasing scrutiny of the insolvency practitioner's role, it is vital you carry out your roles within the framework of the insolvency legislation and the regulations provided by governing bodies in the sector.

We are aware of the possible risks and challenges faced by office- holders in carrying out their functions, and can provide accurate, technical advice so you do not fall foul of them.

We know what issues are likely to be of concern to you and will provide proactive advice to ensure these issues do not prevent you from carrying out your duties effectively.

We can also provide practical and commercial advice in connection with a host of issues you are likely to face in any given insolvency, in areas such as employment law (including TUPE issues), environmental, regulatory, licensing and health and safety, particularly if you are running a trading insolvency.

Work highlights

  • Advising in connection with the extension of administrations through court applications
  • Advising office holders in connection with court applications for directions
  • Advising on the administration of a private school including advice in relation to CRB clearances
  • Advising in connection with the administration of a care home including advice in connection with Care Quality Commission issues