Failed container haulier Deben Transport owed unsecured creditors close to £2.4m when it was placed into administration on 13 April, as well as more than £1.4m to HMRC. According to a report on the administration of the business by Ensors the prognosis for creditors is poor with a lack of saleable assets in the business meaning there is “unlikely to be a distribution of any kind to preferential or unsecured creditors”. That means the company’s 224 staff, who are considering […]
Creditors seldom get back all of the money owed to them when a company becomes insolvent, but you don’t have to take things lying down.
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