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Liquidation - means what in this case?

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merryberry Sat 10-Sep-11 18:16:11

Hi can anyone advise me please? We have ongoing ASB issues with property opposite managed by Ventra 24 Limited. Now I see that they are being 'liquidated'. What does this mean, and what does type of liquidation 'Creditors' mean? And how can i find out who the property is being passed on to? Do we ask the liquidators at MacIntyre Hudson LLP? Many thanks for any info.

from the London Gazette:

Notice: 1421255 (Issue: 59882)

Date:
17 August 2011
Issue Number:
59882
Page number:
15801

Publication Date: Wednesday, 17 August 2011

Notice Code: 2443

Appointment of Liquidators

Company Number: 05568229.

Name of Company: VENTRA 24 LIMITED.

Nature of Business: Property Management Company.

Type of Liquidation: Creditors.

Address of Registered Office: Roxburghe House, 273-287 Regent Street, London, W1B 2HA.

Principal Trading Address: 4-6 Peterborough Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 2BQ

Liquidators' Names and Address: Paul Michael Davis and Georgina Marie Eason, both of MacIntyre Hudson LLP, New Bridge Street House, 30-34 New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 6BJ.

Office Holder Numbers: 7805 and 9688.

Further details contact: Lynsey Provan, Email: Lynsey.provan@mhllp.co.uk, Tel: 020 7429 4100.

Date of Appointment: 09 August 2011.

By whom Appointed: Members and Creditors.

(1421255)

iklboo Sat 10-Sep-11 18:23:24

The property will be seized as an asset by the liquidators and sold to raise money for the creditors (people the company owe money to). If the company owe you money, contact the liquidators. Unless you have a financial interest, and can prove it, they're not obliged to tell you anything at all. If you wanted to know who they'd sold the property to you might end up having to do a Land Registry search.

merryberry Sat 10-Sep-11 19:29:24

ah grief, yet again the odds stacked against ussmile

mranchovy Sat 10-Sep-11 23:16:54

Find out who owns the property, the fact that the managing agent has gone bust is of no interest to you as they don't (I presume) owe you any money.

mranchovy Sat 10-Sep-11 23:18:43

> The property will be seized as an asset by the liquidators

No it won't - this is only the managing agent

merryberry Sun 11-Sep-11 07:36:46

Thanks for pointing out the distinction. I know the owners detailsa lready. cheers.

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