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Register of Insolvencies (ROI) definition

What does Register of Insolvencies (ROI) mean?

A public register that records details of all sequestrations awarded in Scotland (see AiB Register of Insolvencies. It also contains details of protected trust deeds and details of companies in receivership or liquidation since 1 July 1999

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