Legal basis for liquidation
The procedure for the liquidation commission
(liquidation of property, determination of receivables and payables, financial audit, valuation of assets, valuation of land assets, valuation of intangible assets, etc.)
Determination of balance sheet assets and liabilities at the date of liquidation
Audit of liquidation, including current assets, foreign investments, fixed assets, current and long-term liabilities of the company
Assets are generally valued by institutions with the appropriate qualifications in accordance with relevant national laws and regulations. Valued fixed assets, real estate, intangible assets, etc. and on the basis of this, the liquidation commission carries out a comprehensive assessment
Confirmation of law of obligations, mainly explains the formation of law of obligations and the position of the creditor
A liquidation report must be prepared when applying for liquidation (after completion of settlements).
The liquidation report is submitted to the company registration authority and is an important document for deregistration of state institutions.
The liquidation commission provides information on the company's outstanding issues and litigation
Liquidation costs (in details)
Liquidation opinion, general assessment of all assets.