Dissolution-liquidation of companies, Financial Accounting

Dissolution

If the winding up continues for more than a year, the liquidator must file progress reports with the registrar at such intervals as the court may prescribe s.333. When the winding up is complete the liquidator may either:

(a) Apply to the court for an order dissolving the company, and file a copy of the order with the registrar within 14 days s.269: the dissolution operates from the date of the order, but the court may declare it void at any time within two years s.352; or

(b) Apply to the registrar to strike the company's name off the register as being defunct 5338: the registrar will then strike off the company's name two years after the release of the liquidator by three months' notice to the O.R. and in the Gazette.

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