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This is ...Ok and thank you. What I would like

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"This is for Maverick"...Ok and thank you. What I would like to know then is can the company simply say that it has "ceased trading" and simply do nothing? and by this I mean just (I suppose) go to sleep...go dormant is the expression I think, or does
the company have to wind-up (dissolve). Also what happens if the company has ceased trading but is solvent and given that my debt is not disputed at all can I just go to court? Finally given this is the MD acting outside of his fiduciary responsibilities?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Maverick replied 1 year ago.
Please see your previous thread as I have responded there so you do not have to pay again...