Does Administration stop a CCJ?

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In more detail

Once a Notice of Intention to Appoint an administrator has been filed at the Court this will halt existing or pending creditor action. It establishes a moratorium that protects the company and provides breathing space in which to take positive action.

A creditor can only proceed with any actions with leave of the Court or, once an administrator has been appointed, with consent from the administrator.

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