Liquidator’s report to the liquidation closing AGM




When a company is subject to a judicial liquidation, the partners must be convened by the liquidator in a general meeting in order to decide on the final liquidation account, on the discharge of the liquidator’s management, on the discharge of his mandate and in order to record the closure of the liquidation. Before this meeting is held, the liquidator must draw up a report which he will submit to the partners in which he reports on the liquidation operations carried out and in which he reports on the balance of the liquidation account. The liquidation must be completed within three years of the date of the meeting at which the company is dissolved.


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