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A company is seeking a restoration to Companies House under section 1029 of the Companies Act 2006. What is the proscribed form of undertaking required by the Treasury Solicitor?

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Published on LexisPSL on 19/07/2016

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  • A company is seeking a restoration to Companies House under section 1029 of the Companies Act 2006. What is the proscribed form of undertaking required by the Treasury Solicitor?
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  • Undertaking

Background

Section 1029 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) deals with the restoration of a company to the company’s register by the court. The court will allow anyone appearing to have an interest in the restoration of a company to bring an application to restore a company by court order. Where the requirements of the Registrar have been met and the Treasury Solicitor (or solicitor for the Duchy of Cornwall or Duchy of Lancaster (as applicable)) gives his consent to the restoration, it may be possible to obtain the court order without holding a formal hearing.

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