Revival of a dissolved company, Business Law and Ethics

Revival of a Dissolved Company:

Liquidation leads on to dissolution of the company.  The court may, however, within the ensuing two years order that dissolution be rescinded and the company restored to the register -usually because some asset or liability previously overlooked has come to light: CA, s.338.

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