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Time Order

One way you can deal with debts is by getting a Time Order. You can ask the court for a Time Order if you have a regulated credit agreement and the creditor has sent you a default notice -a formal warning that you have missed payments.

A Time Order means the court can reduce or even stop the interest that is adding up on the money you owe, and reduce the payments to a level you can afford. But you have to show the court that you have real difficulty making the original payments. You may also have to show that you would be able to pay the full instalments again later.

If you get a Time Order, the missed payments will still be listed on your credit reference file, so you may have trouble getting credit in the future.

If you want to apply for a Time Order, you must first write to the creditor explaining how much you think you can afford to pay and over what period. If the creditor refuses your offer, you can apply to the county court for the time order, and it will decide whether your offer is reasonable.

Alternatively, you can simply go ahead and pay the creditor what you’ve offered. If they don’t think that you’re paying enough, they have the option of making a claim through the courts. You can apply for a Time Order at this point. An advantage of this route is that you don’t have to pay the court fee.

Administration Order

An Administration Order is a Court Order placing a company that is, or is likely to become, insolvent under the control of an Administrator following a petition by the company, its directors or a creditor. The purpose of the order is to preserve the company’s business, allow a reorganisation or ensure the most advantageous realisation of its assets, whilst protecting it from action by its creditors.

The administration of the insolvent estate of a deceased debtor.

A County Court process permitting an individual with modest debts to pay off by instalments. No licensed Insolvency Practitioner is involved.

Administrative Receiver

A licensed Insolvency Practitioner appointed by the holder of a floating charge covering the whole, or substantially the whole, of a company’s property. He can carry on the company’s business and sell the business and other assets comprised in the charge to repay the secured and preferential creditors. This is sometimes abbreviated to Receiver.

What is an Administrator | Can Your Business Survive the Administrators

A licensed insolvency practitioner appointed by the Court under an administration order to achieve the proposal set out in the order.

The administrator will need to produce a plan, known as his proposals, for approval by the creditors to achieve this. As a business owner the administrators only usually get called in when there is trouble and the bank or lender is concerned about their investment. Or it may be in their best interest and often more profitable to strike hard against the directors of businesses. Some operators are completely cornered with no where to go. But there are others that are capable of steering a business through difficult terrain.

Often Business owners lives are torn apart when the administrators arrive because its no longer about making future profits. Its about preserving what you have got because you are suffering losses because of the business interruption that the presence of the administrators often has.

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