| Commentary

71.2 Compulsory and voluntary winding up

| Commentary

71.2 Compulsory and voluntary winding up

One of the principal effects of the making of an application to the court for (or the filing in court of a notice of intention to appoint) an administrator1, and of the appointment of an administrator, is that no resolution may be passed, or order made for, the winding up of the company whilst the application is pending (or during the currency of the notice) or, if the company goes into administration, during the period in which it is in administration2. Equally, any winding-up petition pending at the making of

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