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Insolvency Surveys & Enquiries

When a Receivership or Liquidation is brought about the Insolvency Practitioner quickly needs verification of the property that actually exists and what condition it is in, documented in an effective way to provide a clear record.  This can both protect the Insolvency Practitioner's position and provide for future purposes.  As an experienced surveyor Tim Leitch is able to promptly carry out a comprehensive survey to provide an inventory report effectively providing this information in evidential form and in whatever detail may be required.

Key Benefits

  • Experienced surveyor promptly carrying out surveys to effectively verifying what assets, stock and other items are present.

  • Comprehensive report of Inventory to provide clear documentary evidence, produced in a timely manner.

  • Photographic illustration for easy visual identification of property now and in the future.

  • Use of considerable expertise to carry out enquiries and inspections to clarify associated commercial relationships and verify claims that may have been made.

  • Clear reporting of such investigations to provide evidence of truth or inaccuracy of commercial claims.

  • Saving of time and cost for the Insolvency Practitioner who can dedicate their time and effort to matters more cost effective for them.

Feel free to talk with Tim Leitch about providing what you need in the most timely and economic way.  You will gain the benefit of a helpful and experienced surveyor to provide what you, as an Insolvency Practitioner, want in surveying and inventory reporting for use in receivership or liquidation matters.

Phone Tim Leitch on +64 9 449 1750, fax him on +64 9 449 1751 or email him on


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