Statutory demand

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UK law - insolvency.

A statutory demand is a formal demand for payment from a debtor, that must be delivered to the debtor in a prescribed format.

If the debtor does not pay the debt or agree to the statutory demand within 21 days, the creditor may be entitled to:

  • Start bankruptcy proceedings against an individual or
  • Petition to wind up a company

See also