We're taking on a liquidation of an English company and so there are a different set of forms to be used from our normal Scottish ones.
The legislation, Insolvency Rules 1986, refer to a Form 4.27, certificate of appointment of a liquidator which is filled in by the directors at the general meeting and thereafter retained by the liquidator. The link to the form in the legislation is broken though and the gov.uk site makes no mention of it. Is the form still required and if so does anyone know where we can get it?
We are the sole liquidators and it is a MVL of a solvent company, we have everything else we should need to proceed.