Recover a company's assets or continue trading by restoring it to the Companies House Register of Companies.
Under the Companies Act 2006, a dissolved company may be administratively restored without a court order. This has various benefits including the ability to recover assets or to resume trading. The administrative restoration of a company is only possible if it has been struck off by the Registrar of Companies, usually for failing to file their Annual Returns and their Annual Accounts. The administrative company restoration must take place within six years of the company's dissolution.
Company restoration via this administrative process cannot be performed if the company was voluntarily dissolved on the application of its directors. In such circumstances a court order would be required.
If you would like assistance with the restoration of a company under your management onto the public register, please feel free to contact us on 0800 0 119 119 or by completing the enquiry form on the right and we will be happy to help.