Company Restoration Service for Dissolved Companies

When a Limited Company or Limited Liability Partnership is dissolved, its remaining assets pass to the Crown. A dissolved company's assets or goods are ownerless; a legal concept called bona vacantia. Unplanned dissolution can mean that valuable assets are lost this way.A company’s assets can be tangible and intangible, for example:

  • Tax losses that have not been utilised
  • Domain names
  • Trading names and Trademarks
  • Copyright material
  • Bank accounts
  • Leases and property
  • Insurance claims
  • Debtors

Limited Companies and Partnerships (LLPs) that have been dissolved or struck off the Register at Companies House can be restored. A company that is restored is deemed to have continued in existence as if it had never been dissolved. There are two ways to restore a limited company or a limited liability partnership that has been struck off:

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