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liquidator

a person who conducts the winding up of a company. Such a person must be a qualified insolvency practitioner (unless the winding up is done by the official receiver). See LIQUIDATION.
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Haymarket Pty Ltd Liquidator appointed: Mark Englebert of FTI Consulting
The levy of the city of Iligan is against the liquidator and not against the Indians.
In saying that, I don't want to lose sight of the good work most registered liquidators do when companies fail, and we work closely with them on this front,' he said.
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The liquidator will do all that is required to conserve the association's assets and rights, meet shareholders' rights and honour its debts.
For the reasons discussed below, the Liquidator is entitled to judicial immunity.
His furious son Sanjeev Gill, 38, said yesterday: "The liquidator has his cash but we are still waiting on ours.
UK based MK Airlines Limited announced on Friday that it appointed John Alexander of Carter Baker Winter LLP and Stephen Katz of David Rubin & Partners LLP as joint liquidators of the airline on 7 October 2010.
Using the receiver or liquidator to claim it from the National Insurance Fund, if the debt is covered by the fund.
Guards have been standing watch over lots all week as Burbank-based liquidator CMA Business Credit Services has been scrambling to put together an auction to sell the chain's assets and return cars to their owners.
The Swedish trading and brokerage solutions provider Orc Software AB said on Thursday (14 April) that it had received a contract for its Orc Liquidator trading platform technology from an Italian bank.