Can a company trade while in liquidation?

A liquidator may decide to trade a business if he believes it would be in the best interests of all creditors to do so. The liquidator would usually do this if he or she assesses that the business is able to be sold as a going concern or will result in a better return for creditors. A liquidator cannot trade a business for longer than 3 months without getting the approval of the court.

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