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Our award winning consultancy firm provides specialist insolvency and debt related solutions for creditors in the recovery of monies owed and for debtors, whose interest we serve to protect from adverse proceedings.
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ISSUE CREDITORS WINDING UP PETITION
If your customer has not paid your undisputed invoices, as and when they fall due, there is every possibility your customer is experiencing any one or more of the following:
STOP WINDING UP PETITION PROCEEDINGS
First Critical 7 Days
If your company has been presented or threatened by a creditor with a winding up petition you must act quickly and without delay. Contact us now because we can help to save your business and livelihood.
DEFEND A STATUTORY DEMAND
How we can help...
We will make direct representation to your creditor or creditor's solicitor and seek the immediate withdrawal of the Statutory Demand.
What Our Clients Have to Say About Us
What Our Clients Have to Say About Us
Petition Debt Paid £14,442
Print Run has used the services of Insolvency and Law on two occasions in the last year. Initially the whole process of issuing a winding up petition appears to be daunting, especially for a small fish in a big sea when taking on large companies, but Peter Murray and his team made the job easy and totally seamless.
Petition Debt Paid £26,717
We were owed £26,717 by one of our customers and our credit control efforts, which had included a County Court Summons, were exhausted so we looked for third party assistance and came across Insolvency & Law on the internet. After a first conversation with Peter Murray I was left feeling confident that there was indeed hope through the debt recovery services provided by I&L.
In a controversial speech to the Insolvency Practitioner’s Association earlier this year, Court of Appeal judge Lord Justice Jackson (best-known for his 2010 report into civil litigation costs) made several recommendations, which Justice Secretary Michael Gove has already begun to implement. As a result, from 1 April 2016, unsuccessful defendants will no longer be held…Read More
Giving evidence to a government inquiry recently, Sir Philip Green claimed to have worked diligently to avoid one of his best-known retail brands going into liquidation. Nevertheless, the Insolvency Service must establish if Sir Philip had asset-stripped BHS and caused its collapse. Last month, fashion tycoon Sir Philip appeared before the Business, Innovation and Skills…Read More
London-based magazine Finance Monthly, which is distributed to more than 100,000 readers across the globe, recently shortlisted Insolvency & Law (I&L) in the category of British ‘Insolvency and Restructuring firm of the year, as part of the eighth annual Finance Monthly Global Awards. To celebrate the nomination, below, I&L director Peter Murray shares his thoughts…Read More
We recently spoke with a client who for the previous three months had been chasing a customer with an outstanding invoice of just over £50,000. The client was considering litigation in the county court to retrieve the money and I suggested that a quicker and more cost-effective route might be to issue a winding-up petition.…Read More
Some time ago, we presented a winding up petition to a company that owed one of our clients £50k. Upon receipt, the respondent company threatened to apply for a court injunction to restrain us from proceeding and dismiss the petition on the grounds the debt was disputed. The respondent company falsely alleged that £49k of…Read More
According to figures released by the Office of National Statistics, the building and construction industry contracted 1.9% in the third quarter of 2015, which suggests contractors will be tightening their belts this year as the market becomes more competitive. This is particularly bad news for roofers, plumbers and other subcontractors (‘subbies’). Why? Because in a…Read More
According to a report published by the ABFA (Assets Based Finance Association) the UK SME’s are owed over £67.4billion in unpaid invoices. This figure which is up 8% from last year and a huge 36% from 2011 is considered conservative as it was taken from only 180,000 SME’s across the country who have submitted detailed annual accounts.…Read More
The government is planning a big shake up in the world of small business debt. Anna Soulby (Minister of Small Business Enterprise) has announced that she is opening a new role in her cabinet for a Small Business Commissioner, whose main responsibility would be to bring about reform in the way large businesses have historically…Read More
According to a report released earlier this year from Bibby Financial Services, the UK construction industry has a very serious problem managing its bad debts. Just over 70% of small, medium and large UK construction firms write off an average of £10,000 per year. Often firms have to write off the debt completely, settle with…Read More
It appears that top flight sports teams are not immune to becoming caught up in Insolvency proceedings. Salford City Reds or the Red Devils as known by rugby fans, who currently sit mid table of the Rugby Super League, have been hit with a winding up petition from creditor, Konica Minolta, and have a court…Read More