Liquidating real estate assets
If there are insufficient funds to pay all creditors (INSOLVENCY), preferential creditors are paid first (for example, the INLAND REVENUE for tax due), then ordinary creditors pro rata.
If there is a surplus after payment of all creditors, this is distributed pro rata amongst the shareholders of the company. Corporate changes: the property/casualty industry continued to consolidate, as state regulators kept a close watch on companies' viability and mergers and acquisitions maintained a healthy pace in 2001.
Each of our portfolios offers exposure to a mix of some or all of the projects listed below, plus ongoing updates about the progress of individual investments. Assets are sold, proceeds are used to pay creditors, and any leftovers are distributed to shareholders. Liquidating a position may simply mean selling stock or bonds; the seller in this case receives the cash.Any transaction that offsets or closes out a long or short position. Liquidation also refers to a situation in which a company ceases operations and sells as many assets as it can; the company uses the cash to repay debt and, if possible, shareholders.If there are insufficient funds to pay all creditors (INSOLVENCY), preferential creditors are paid first (for example the INLAND REVENUE for tax due), then ordinary creditors pro rata.If there is a surplus after payment of all creditors this is distributed pro rata amongst the ordinary shareholders of the company. the process by which a JOINT-STOCK COMPANY's existence as a legal entity ceases by ‘winding up’ the company.