As long as 75% (in debt value) of the voting creditors agree, the CVA is accepted. All creditors of the company are then subject to the conditions of the proposal, whether or not they have voted. Creditors are also unable to take further legal action as long as the conditions are met and existing legal actions, such as a liquidation order, are closed.  If your limited liability company is insolvent, it may use a voluntary agreement (CVA) from the company to pay creditors for a certain period of time. If creditors agree, your limited liability company can continue the trade. A scheme of arrangement is a legal procedure, pursuant to Part 26 of the Companies Act 2006, under which a company may enter into a compromise or agreement with its partners or creditors. However, unlike a CVA, a system of composition may bind secured creditors without their explicit consent if the necessary majorities are reached. From a technical point of view, there is no legal obligation for the company offering a CVA to be insolvent or unable to pay its debts, but in practice, a CVA is used when there is at least one risk of insolvency. We can outsource the business to a new own company, and it can trade with customers and suppliers..
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