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Looking at your situation. The reality of dissolution is that when applying for it, if you have not paid off all debts, invoices etc is that there is likely to be push back against the dissolution.
If the company has no money to pay these debts, then the company is insolvent and you would have to file for voluntary liquidation but I doubt your co-director will agree with that.
The next step would be for them to undertake debt recovery from the company, whether that is possible will depend on what money the company has. If it has none then that is where the buck stops.
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As long as resolution has been passed then that's fine.
You dont have to agree. Then get a Court order to dissolve.
But that costs and takes time.
It wont, unless you have a personal guarantee.