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“A debt or liability, present or future, certain or contingent, whether it is ascertained debt or a liability for damages, may be admitted as a claim against a company in liquidation” (Section 303(1) Companies Act 1993).
A claim by an unsecured creditor against a company in liquidation must be in the prescribed form and contain full particulars of the claim and identify any documents that evidence or substantiate the claim.
A secured creditor has certain rights and duties defined under Section 305 of the Companies Act 1993. A secured creditor may claim as an unsecured creditor for any balance due after deducting any net amount realised and must account to the liquidator for any surplus.
If your claim is made on behalf of a creditor, please specify your relationship and authority.
By submitting a claim online, you accept that the electronic submission of your claim is equivalent to your signature to a hardcopy document. You confirm that you are an authorised person and have the authority to submit the claim and that you understand it is an offence to submit a false or misleading claim.
Please note, it is an offence under Section 304(6) of the Companies Act 1993 to make or authorise the making of a claim that is false or misleading or omit or authorise the omission that may lead to a false or misleading claim.