Section 897 provides that a company may apply to the Registrar to be struck off the register and be dissolved.
A company may apply to the Registrar to be struck off the register and be dissolved if:
- It is dormant or no longer trading, and has no assets or liabilities; or
- If the shareholders decide that they no longer wish to continue with the company and would like it struck off the register.
However, before you deregister a limited company, all statutory compliance should be up to date.
A company cannot apply to be struck off if it is the subject, or proposed subject, of:
- A voluntary arrangement under the insolvency Act which has not been concluded
- Under administration
- Under liquidation- voluntary or by the Court which has not been concluded.
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