[Bell Historians] Taylors, Eayre and Smith

John H Allen john at EfbNxRWpSY5goPuByrLz9bM9aYZ0rwU6aAnpOwiafHQRpT0Q1Nq6Hh3M6QK-VTlopZN4Qgb0bY2nE1ke.yahoo.invalid
Sat Sep 19 08:29:09 BST 2009

We need to understand that Taylors has gone into Administration, not


Administration is often used when a Company does not have enough money to
pay its immediate debts. Creditors may be pressing for payment of materials
etc. where the jobs to which those materials relate, have not been completed
and therefore have not been paid/invoiced. Administration takes the pressure
off the Company and forces creditors to wait in an orderly queue.


A Company in Administration continues in business with the Company run by
Accountants appointed by the Court. It is not unknown for Companies to be
taken out of Administration once a particular financial difficulty has


In an extreme case the Administrators will try to sell a Company as a going
concern, since this often produces a better price than liquidating the
Company and selling its assets piecemeal.






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On Behalf Of Mike
Sent: Friday 18 September 2009 21:19
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Subject: [Bell Historians] Taylors, Eayre and Smith



For those that have not already heard, Taylors went into administration
today. Our thoughts and prayers must go to those that stand to lose their
livelihood because of this.

Mike Chester

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