Monday September 28, 2020

Advice for liquidating a licensed premises

Niki Andrews documents the ten top tips for dealing with pubs and off-licences that have gone out of business.

15th January, 2012
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Café En Seine on Dawson Street, Dublin, which is currently managed by receivers. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Pubs have experienced a continuing decline since the collapse of the Celtic tiger, with many premises having to shut their doors, the holders of liquor licences going into liquidation and receivers being appointed over licensed premises.

Any insolvency practitioner or financial institution dealing with licensed premises should take the following points into account.

When dealing with licensed premises, insolvency practitioners should immediately carry out a licensing search to trace the last licence that attached to...

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