Service requirements of a statutory demand on a company are very specific. Get it wrong and the demand could be thrown out. Our super team can help advise on any statutory demand questions
Statutory demand service on a company – requirements
A company statutory demand against a limited company should be served by leaving it at the registered office of the company (pursuant to Section 123(1)(a) of the Insolvency Act 1986.
If serving a statutory demand on an unregistered company, this can be done by one of the following means:-
- leaving the statutory demand at the company’s principal place of business;
- delivering the statutory demand to the secretary or a director, manager or principal officer of the company;
- serving the statutory demand in a way that the court may approve or direct. This is pursuant to Section 222(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986.
At Francis Wilks & Jones, we have access to experience process servers to make sure that the company is properly served with the statutory demand. It is important that this is carried out correctly.
Our expert team of statutory demand solicitors at Francis Wilks & Jones are here to help you with any type of statutory demand enquiry or question. Contact one of our expert friendly statutory demand lawyers today. We are here to help.