Restoring a company to the register at Companies House
£319 + VAT £30
If your company has been struck off by Companies House
- We can restore your company to the register under the administrative restoration procedure within a week after obtaining the Treasury Solicitor waiver letter.
- The Treasury Solicitor waiver letters are currently coming through in about a week to ten days.
- We will apply to the Treasury Solicitor first and tackle the other problems in the meantime:
- Preparing outstanding accounts.
- Preparing outstanding forms AR01 Annual Returns.
- Preparing form RT01 Application for administrative restoration to the Register.
- Securing payment of:
- Treasury Solicitor's fee £69.00.
- Outstanding Companies House penalties up to the date of striking off.
- Penalties stop increasing from the date the company is struck off.
- Companies House restoration fee £100.00.
- Form AR01 Annual Return postal filing fees at £40.00 each year.
- Companies House recommend filing everything together to avoid generating administrative difficulties and unnecessary correspondence with Companies House.
- Our fee is £150.00 + VAT
- So that is:
- official fees £169.00
- our fee £150.00
- + VAT on our fee £30.00
- Total £349.00
- + Companies House Penalties.
- + Preparing outstanding returns and accounts - fixed price by quotation.
- All costs, apart from penalties, are allowable deductions for Corporation Tax.
Companies House write to us confirming the restoration
- The company immediately appears in the online record as active.
- A notice is published in the London Gazette.
- Your bank pick this up and reactivate your bank account; releasing any frozen funds.
- The company continues as if it had never been struck off.
- but references to striking off and restoration remain in the company filing history on the public record.
Applicable law and legal considerations:
Apply within six years of striking off
Otherwise application must be made to the court.
Sections 1000 & 1001 of the Companies Act 2006
The company was struck off the Register under the power of the Registrar to strike off a defunct company.
Section 1024 of the Companies Act 2006
We apply for the company to be administratively restored to the Register.
bona vacantia; owned by The Crown as otherwise ownerless property
- Property of the company becomes vested bona vacantia.
- The Crown representative; the Treasury Solicitor,
- has signified to the Registrar; Companies House,
- in writing; the Treasury Solicitor waiver letter,
- consent to the company's restoration.