Register of Insolvencies
The register of insolvencies is a statutory register about the insolvency of individuals and businesses in Scotland.
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Corporate insolvency applies to registered companies, limited liability partnerships or friendly and provident societies.
This section of the website is for you if:
- Your company is at risk of liquidation or receivership;
- You you owed money by a limited company; or
- You are looking for information about corporate insolvency in Scotland.
If your company is at risk of insolvency proceedings or you are looking into recouping money owed to you by a limited company then it is recommended that you should obtain legal or financial advice to help make an informed decision before you take action.
Money Advice Scotland and Citizens Advice Scotland offer free impartial advice. You can also obtain advice from a solicitor, a qualified accountant, an authorised insolvency practitioner, or any reputable financial adviser or a debt advice centre. Click on the link provided to find a contact details of an adviser or legal professional:
How to use this website
Whether you are looking for more information on what proceeding is more appropriate to you or the relevant legislation, the Links are designed to help you navigate the different areas of this section for relevant help and information.
If you know what you are looking for but can't find it here, use the search button at the top right-hand corner of this screen.
Links given here do not take you to every part of the site, you can navigate the whole site using the main tabs at the top of the page.
You will find information on what corporate insolvency procedures are available, the legistaltion that governs corporate insolvency and access the breadth of forms that relate to this topic.
Links to AiB's contact details, glossary of terms used in this website and AiB's publications are also available.
The Accountant in Bankruptcy has no statutory duty to supervise the process of corporate insolvency nor to monitor the general conduct of the insolvency practitioners who are appointed as receivers or liquidators.