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You have asked whether the fact that a company has changed its name from 'X plc' to 'X' Ltd' on its re-registration as a private company under section 97 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) would constitute a change of name for the purposes of CA 2006, s 1004(1)(a), with the result that the company is prevented from making an application for voluntary striking off under CA 2006, s 1003.
Looking at the relevant CA 2006 provisions:
under CA 2006, s 1004(1)(a), a company cannot make an application to be struck off and
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