Voluntary liquidationPosted by deco on December 16, 2023 at 2:54 pm
Hi guys, Ive just found out that my sister is on the verge of bankruptcy, she owns a small pub and has just had an almost 1 million tax liability on top of multiple other small liabilities.
Her lawyers and others have advised her to go into voluntary liquidation.
Has anyone any experience with this??
I’m wondering if I should let her go ahead with it because I don’t know the ramifications of it or I should tackle this myself with a note.
Any help anyone could give would be greatly appreciated.
MemberDecember 16, 2023 at 4:07 pm
How much time has she got to respond? There is another Q and A on the 20th of this month with Mark. … https://solutionsempowerment.org/event/general-qa-december-20/ Another thing you can do is get an appointment with Zoltan the exlawyer as he knows how to interact with these entities int he correct manner and will be able to advise you…. https://solutionsempowerment.org/contact/professional-consultation/
MemberDecember 17, 2023 at 12:51 am
Of course the lawyers advised her to go through with the voluntary liquidation, they’re members of the private bar. that’s exactly where they want her. they’re foreclosing on her because she didn’t rebut the presumption of trusteeship and whoever is foreclosing on her being beneficiary. think of it in terms of trusts and assume your rightful role as a beneficiary and express the trust and then let them breach. they hold her property, the complaint, loan contract, tax liability or whatever instrument they are using to bring an action against her, that is her property(as long as it has “her name” on it) and whoever is in possession of it has the obligation to perform. It is a perfect blend of commerce and trust law, they want you to focus on the debtor/creditor relationship so they can just presume you are a debtor because your strawman is a debt transmitter with no standing. sending in promissory notes and poorly executed a4v’s is exactly what they want cos you’re giving them more securities/money and it demonstrates you don’t quite understand whats going on yet, a win-win situation for them. . buy yourself time and study and gather evidence since you might not be able to pull off holding them accountable. look into the accounting that’s where they’re robbing her and all of us. a bankruptcy discharges debt and there has to be offsetting entries, and they always hide the second set of books, the accounts payable(as opposed to receivables). since every transaction adds up to zero by the end of each business day in this diabolical system how can you owe a debt? and since they have no capacity to issue credits and only she can provide commercial energy then if there’s an outstanding debt then it can be owed to only one person, her. understand what is going on first then you will move to the next step which is enforcement, for now, defend yourself with the arsenal in your possession. I’m not an expert on this so don’t construe this as a course of action or legal advice. we will get there eventually, the ones who got out left a trail of crumbs for us to follow and solutions empowerment is one of them…..you’re on that path, good luck to your sister.
MemberDecember 18, 2023 at 9:59 am
This might have some information that will help.