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A company is said to be insolvent when it defaults on due payments or has insufficient assets to cover outstanding liabilities. It is likely that in the first situation a company would enter into liquidation unless it was rescued financially. The second scenario, which is sometimes referred to as ‘balance sheet insolvency’, allows a company to avoid possible liquidation through negotiation with its creditors.

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