Insolvency – Liquidators. Once a special resolution had been passed to wind a company up, that resolution was effective to put the company into liquidation, notwithstanding any failure to give notice to a qualifying charge holder. Accordingly, the initial appointment of a liquidator to a company then in members' voluntary liquidation, and the subsequent appointment of joint liquidators once it had converted into a creditors' voluntary liquidation, had been valid. The Companies Court so ruled on the joint liquidators' application to determine the validity of their appointment.