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Winding up of Company

Voluntary Winding up

A company may , voluntary wind up it's affairs, if it is unable to carry on it's business, or if it was formed only for a limited purpose, or if it is unable to meet it's financial obligation, and etc. A company may voluntary wind up itself, under any of the two modes:

  1. Members voluntarily winding up
  2. Creditors voluntarily winding up

A company may voluntarily wind up itself, either by passing :

An ordinary resolution, where the purpose for which the company was formed has completed, or the time limit for which the company was formed, has expired.


By way of special resolution

Both types of resolution shall e passed in the general meeting of the company. (484)

Once the resolution of voluntarily winding up is passed, then the company may be wound up, either through :

  • Members voluntarily winding up, or
  • Creditors voluntarily winding up

The only difference between the abate two, is that in case of members voluntarily winding up, Board of Directors have to make a declaration to the effect, that company has no debts. (488)

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