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:
no access to alternative finance,
the inability to raise further equity,
special arrangements with selected creditors,
solicitors’ letters or judgments issued against the company,
failure to keep books and records, etc.
The list is indicative and not exhaustive.
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