The liquidation of a company that is not in active operation or that has fulfilled the purpose for which it was set up makes it possible to:
- eliminate the risks associated with the history of its operations,
- remove the costs connected with its maintenance (audits, reporting, KRS, public and legal burdens), and
- to order and simplify the management system and the asset structure of the capital group.
Liquidation leads to the dissolution of the company and its removal from the register. This process includes:
- closure of current affairs,
- collection of debts,
- discharge of liabilities,
- cashing in of assets,
- distribution of the remaining assets to shareholders,
- striking the company off the register.
The dissolution of the company takes effect when the liquidation is completed and the company is deleted from the register.
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