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Part 31 Companies Act 2006 – Letter before Strike Off Application

Letter to Relevant Parties Before Voluntary Strike Off Application


In order to strike a company off the register and voluntarily dissolve it under Part 31 of the Companies Act 2006, a process must be followed which includes various safeguards for those who are likely to be affected by the company’s dissolution.

If a company has creditors, members, employees etc, the company should inform all these people before applying for strike off, as any of these people may object to the company being struck off.

This letter can be used to inform any such relevant parties. It can also be used to inform other relevant parties interested in the company’s affairs, such as HMRC.

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