Insolvency in general terms, as it relates to a corporation, is the inability to pay debts as and when they become payable.
A company is also insolvent if it is experiencing an ‘endemic shortage of working capital’ as opposed to a temporary lack of liquidity.
Determining the difference at a point in time during the corporation’s life is a question for a court to determine .
Indicators of insolvency include:
- continuing losses,
- no access to alternative finance,
- the inability to raise further equity,
- special arrangements with selected creditors,
- solicitors’ letters or judgments issued against the company,
- overdue taxes,
- failure to keep books and records, etc.
The list is indicative and not exhaustive.
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