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Overview: Restore A Dissolved Company
You can only apply to Companies House to get your company restored (known as ‘administrative restoration’) if:
- you were a director or shareholder
- it was struck off the register and dissolved by the Registrar of Companies within the last 6 years
- it was trading at the time it was dissolved
Otherwise you’ll have to get a court order to get the company restored.
Apply For Administrative Restoration
Send Companies House:
- a completed application for administrative restoration (form RT01)
- a cheque for £100, payable to ‘Companies House’
- any outstanding documents, such as accounts or confirmation statements (previously annual returns)
- any filing fees or penalty payments
- if your company had assets, a waiver letter from Bona Vacantia
What Happens Next
If your application has been successful, your company will be restored as soon as the registrar sends you a confirmation letter.
If your application is refused, you might be able to:
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Disclaimer: Restore A Dissolved Company
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