Property Patter: The last resort – FAQs on tenant liquidation
In the second of our series of Property Patter podcasts looking at tenant insolvency, Emma Humphreys invites Heidi Wagstaff and Emma Preece to explain a bit more about how liquidation works. What are the different types of liquidation and when will the court make a winding-up order (in “normal” times)? What steps should landlords take when a tenant goes into liquidation? And what are the chances of landlords achieving any recovery when a tenant goes into liquidation - is it all doom and gloom?!
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