Striking off definition

What does Striking off mean?

CA 2006, Part 31 provides that a company may be struck off the register of companies and dissolved either (1) voluntarily, on application by the company (voluntary striking off), or (2) pursuant to the powers of the Registrar of Companies (mandatory striking off).

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