Blank Winding Up Petition Form

Completing the Winding-up Petition

To apply for a compulsory winding-up order (winding-up by the Court) against a company, you must complete a winding-up petition form 4.2. We have provided the necessary form here for reference purposes in Adobe .pdf format and Microsoft Office Word .doc formats. It is important that these forms are completed accurately failing which your opponent may seek to strike out your petition for a technical error.

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Our Winding-Up Petition Solicitor & Barrister Experts are able to give you specialist legal information and advice on your corporate and personal insolvency options. Just click here to complete our online contact form or for a free initial telephone consultation with a qualified winding up lawyer call 02071830529.


Whilst, the Limitation Act 1980 does not impose a limitation period for winding up petitions founded upon judgment debts, the statute does set out strict statutory deadlines within which you must bring an action such as a litigation court claim. Your legal rights will become irreversibly time-barred if you fail to take legal action (or defend a claim on time). Therefore, you should seek specific legal advice about your legal dispute at the very first opportunity so that you understand the time you have left. Failure to take advice or delay in taking action can be fatal to your prospects of success.

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The information on this website is not legal advice; you should always obtain specific advice on the circumstances of your case. Our Winding-up Petition Solicitors & Barristers provide specialist legal advice based on decades of expertise. Click here or call +442071830529 to get in touch. For regulatory reasons we do not take on low value cases nor provide free legal advice, information or guidance and our team cannot answer questions from non-clients.

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