I'm the director of a company who manages houses of multiple occupation on behalf of landlords. The company contractually has agreed to paying the utilities / council tax at the property. The company hasn't performed well, and as such, has fallen behind on council tax payments, and is now being asked to pay thousands and thousands of pounds as they've all become due at the same time, and in full. I'm very concerned that these costs can't be met, and that I might be imprisoned for non-payment of council tax, which I believe can happen. Is this right? This all feels so messy. The company has now had an active proposal for strike-off from Companies House. I do not wish to continue running the company, it's driving me crazy every day. Will the council generally object to the strike-off? Will I personally become liable? Will I be imprisoned?