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How do you file documents (specifically an order sanctioning a new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 restructuring plan, see section 901F(6)(b) Companies Act 2006) at Companies House during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic if the London office of Companies House is closed?

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Published on LexisPSL on 05/11/2020

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  • How do you file documents (specifically an order sanctioning a new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 restructuring plan, see section 901F(6)(b) Companies Act 2006) at Companies House during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic if the London office of Companies House is closed?

How do you file documents (specifically an order sanctioning a new Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 restructuring plan, see section 901F(6)(b) Companies Act 2006) at Companies House during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic if the London office of Companies House is closed?

Online filing—certain information can be filed with Companies House electronically and this was the case even before the new measures were introduced to address the coronavirus pandemic. Companies House has published guidance, which explains the process and includes a list of documents that can be sent to Companies House using this procedure. Documents sanctioning a Part 26A restructuring plan (or Part 26 scheme) are not included in the list of documents that can be filed in this way. See also Companies House guidance ‘Upload a document to Companies House’ which is available here.

Temporary uploading facility—in response to the coronavirus situation, Companies House

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