Company Dissolution: You can’t Dissolve when…

ds01The company dissolution is a process of closing your limited company and removing it from the Companies House register of active limited companies. Companies House will not accept a dissolution request for your company if:

• The dissolution document (DS01) has not been signed by the majority of directors
• If the company has traded within the last 3 months
• If the company has changed its’ name within the last 3 months
• The company is involved in insolvency proceedings

For further information on the dissolution process visit the Companies House FAQ’s page.

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