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UK Resumes Forced Deregistration of Companies

						From October 10, 2020, the UK will resume the procedure for the forced deletion of companies from the public register. The voluntary liquidation process will be available from September 10th. This statement was published on the state portal on August 10, 2020.

Earlier, the forced deletion of companies was suspended due to the introduction of a special regime associated with the threat of the spread of coronavirus infection.

Forced deletion is carried out by the Registry of the company, provided that the company does not have any activity, there are no directors and the official letters sent to the address of the company are returned.

As a general rule, companies that do not submit annual reports receive 2 notification letters, and then an announcement is published in the official newspaper that the procedure for their compulsory liquidation is being launched. After the expiration of 2 months from the date of publication of the announcement, the company is deleted, provided that there are no objections.


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