Restore UK Company
If you’re looking for a simple and timely solution to restore your UK company, look no further than Eesti Consulting. 😊 We specialize in company restoration services in the UK, offering expert assistance to simplify the administrative restoration process or provide guidance through the court order application. With our extensive experience and in-depth knowledge, we are committed to helping you bring your dissolved company back to life. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to learn more about how we can assist you in swiftly and efficiently restoring your business.
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Checklist: Restore Company in the UK
🔍 Check the Company Status: First and foremost, it’s essential to verify the status of the dissolved company on the Companies House website. If the company was dissolved within the last 6 years, you can proceed with your journey to restore the company.
📜 Obtain Bona Vacantia Waiver: If the company had any assets, you’ll need to obtain a Bona Vacantia waiver letter from the Treasury Solicitor’s office. This letter confirms their lack of objection to the company restoration.
📝 File the Application: Your next step is to file an application for restoring the company with Companies House. This application must be submitted on Form RT01, along with the relevant fee.
📦 Submit the Documents: In addition to the application, it’s crucial to submit all outstanding documents and catch up on any overdue annual accounts and returns. This includes the confirmation statement, annual accounts, and tax returns.
⏳ Wait for Approval: After submitting the application and necessary documents, patience is key. You’ll need to wait for Companies House to review and approve your application. This process typically takes several weeks.
📊 Update the Company Records: Once your application is approved, the company will be successfully restored, and your final task is to update the company records to reflect its current status.
What is an Administrative restoration in the UK?
Administrative restoration is a process in the UK that allows a dissolved company to be restored to the Companies Register without going through a court application. The process is available for companies that have been dissolved for less than six years.
To apply for administrative restoration, the following steps need to be taken:It is important to note that administrative restoration is only available if the company was dissolved voluntarily or struck off by Companies House. If the company was dissolved by a court order or through insolvency proceedings, then administrative restoration is not possible.
Company restoration in the UK by court order
Restoration by court order is a process in the UK that allows a dissolved company to be restored to the Companies Register through a court application. This process is available for companies that have been dissolved for more than six years, or if administrative restoration is not possible.
To apply for restoration by court order, the following steps need to be taken:
⚖️ Obtain a Court Order: If you’ve chosen the route of obtaining a court order to restore the company, your journey begins with an application to the court. This application should be comprehensive, supported by compelling evidence that justifies the need for restoration.
📜 Serve Notice: Your next task involves serving notice of the application to several key entities, including the Registrar of Companies, all known creditors, and any other relevant parties. This step ensures transparency and adherence to the legal process.
🏛️ Attend Hearing: The court will schedule a hearing date for the application. At this juncture, your presence is essential. You’ll need to attend the hearing and provide convincing evidence to support your application for company restoration.
⏳ Wait for Approval: Patience is crucial as you await the court’s decision. If the application gains approval, the court will issue a formal order, granting the restoration of the company.
📄 File Court Order: Following approval, you must promptly file the court order with Companies House, accompanied by the requisite fee. This step is vital to facilitate the official company restoration process.
What does our fee cover?
Our company offers assistance in restoring dissolved companies to the Companies House. We will act on your behalf by contacting Companies House and providing you with a comprehensive checklist of all the necessary duties that you need to perform for the restoration process.
Our staff member will also guide you in filling out the required forms and help you to obtain a Bona Vacantia waiver letter by communicating with the relevant office.
Additionally, we will handle all the correspondence with Companies House on your behalf to make the process smoother and hassle-free.
What does our fee not cover?
- A payment of £100 by cheque made out to Companies House
- Fees for filing or penalties
- Costs associated with courier or postage services.