termination of a business operation by using its assets to discharge its liabilities
extermination: the act of exterminating
elimination: the murder of a competitor
(liquidate) neutralize: get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
(liquidate) eliminate by paying off (debts)
(liquidate) convert into cash; "I had to liquidate my holdings to pay off my ex-husband"
In law, liquidation is the process by which a company (or part of a company) is brought to an end, and the assets and property of the company redistributed. ...
Liquidation (2007) (Ликвидация, Likvidatsiya) is a highly popular Russian television series, which parallels the famous The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed with notable ethical shift. ...
The process of converting into cash (or into an asset with high liquidity); The selling of the assets of a business as part of the process of dissolving the business
(Liquidations) Dealing with insolvencies of businesses by which a company ceases and has its assets collected and liabilities satisfied for as the assets will allow.
(Liquidate) To take a second futures or options position opposite to the initial or opening position. ...
(Liquidate) Selling (or purchasing) futures contracts of the same delivery month purchased (or sold) during an earlier transaction or making (or taking) delivery of the cash commodity represented by the futures contract. See Offset.
(Liquidate) Disposal of property or settlement of debts.
(LIQUIDATE) Selling property to secure cash.
(Liquidate) Go out of title, or turn into cash.
(Liquidate) Make resource available that were previously earmarked.
(Liquidate) The action of selling assets or securities to obtain cash.
(Liquidated) A debt that is for a known number of dollars is liquidated. An unliquidated debt is one where the debtor has liability, but the exact monetary measure of that liability is unknown. Tort claims are usually unliquidated until a trial fixes the amount of the liability of the tort feasor.
A sale of a debtor's property with the proceeds to be used for the benefit of creditors.
The closing of an existing position through the execution of an offsetting transaction.
Any transaction that offsets or closes out a previously established position.
The sale of assets to generate cash needed to meet financial obligations, transactions or investment opportunities.
Winding up an activity by distributing its assets to the appropriate parties and settling its debts.
Payment of debt, cancellation of encumbrance, or conversion into cash.
The procedure for winding up and dissolving a corporate body such as a limited company, the person appointed to ingather assets and adjust and settle claims being called the liquidator.