So the voucher should be ok, subject to any fine print. And thus the employees would be in a better position
EDIT Right now, this is an Australian store issue, so BAU here. For now. Get buying and cashing them in
Uh, no. The receivers have already announced that no vouchers or gift cards will be honoured.
How can they get away with this? Pretty lame for those unlucky enough to get vouchers for Xmas...
And the stationery supplier, and the power bill, and so on and so on. There will be invoices for heaps of stuff
that won't have or cannot have a Romalpa clause. Romalpa clause means these goods were invoiced but are not
owned until paid for, so reciever will be grabbing them and liquidating at best value to protect the secured creditor
who owns them. And there are the two banks