UK Government Extends Temporary Insolvency Measures
Insolvency measures supporting businesses during the pandemic and helping them recover, are set to be extended till the end of June 2021.
The measures were introduced in the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act in March 2020, including protecting businesses from aggressive creditor enforcement and removing personal liability on company directors, and have been previously extended on a number of occasions.
The measures being extended till the end of June 2021:
*The temporary measures apply to England, Wales & Scotland. Insolvency in Northern Ireland is devolved and NI Ministers are considering a corresponding extension of their legislation.
Find out more on the Government Website
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