Statutory Demands

A statutory demand is a threat of insolvency proceedings either against a limited company or an individual.

Statutory demands are normally used on higher value debts, and should only be used when the debt is clearly not disputed or a County Court Judgment (a CCJ) has already been obtained. The debtor has 21 days from the date of service to respond, failing which bankruptcy or winding-up proceedings can be applied for.

We will agree a fixed fee for preparing and serving the statutory demand, and will be able to do so as a matter of urgency.

If you or your company have been served with a statutory demand and wish to apply to set it aside we can advise and assist you.

Please contact us today for a free no obligation telephone discussion by calling us on one of the two telephone numbers referred to at the top of this page, or by email:

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