Definition of liquidator in English:

liquidator

Syllabification: liq·ui·da·tor
Pronunciation: /ˈlikwəˌdātər
 
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noun

A person appointed to wind up the affairs of a company or firm.
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  • As noted above, an unregistered company charge is void as against both subsequent creditors and the liquidator and administrator.
  • The banks and Revenue Commissioners did not object to the liquidator's appointment.
  • It also said that office of the official liquidator should be closed and the trustee should exercise all powers and functions.

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