Filing Against a Liquidated Company

There are certain considerations that should be kept in mind when filing against a company in liquidation. When an applicant files a case with at least two respondents and one of the companies is in liquidation, the case will proceed to hearing. Applicants can contact the Member Service Center to remove that party before the case is ready to hear. If the party is not removed, arbitrators can rule liability against a party in liquidation, but the award will not be collectible. 

If there is only one respondent and that company is in liquidation, the case will be rescheduled.