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In a compulsory liquidation the cost of issuing a winding up petition (roughly £1,490-£1,990) is covered by the creditor.In a compulsory liquidation the company is wound up by one of its creditors or HMRC after failing to pay a debt of more than £750.A creditors’ voluntary liquidation takes place when the directors purposefully choose to liquidate the company.A 7(a) loan is a lender-issued loan that can be used by a small business for a variety of different purposes.A 504 loan typically involves a senior loan issued by a lender and a junior loan issued by a Certified Development Company (“CDC”) along with some contribution by the Borrower.