(1) An application under section 1003 (application for voluntary striking off) on behalf of a company must not be made at a time when—
(a) an application to the court under Part 26 [or 26A] has been made on behalf of the company for the sanctioning of a compromise or arrangement and the matter has not been finally concluded;
(b) a voluntary arrangement in relation to the company has been proposed under Part 1 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (c 45) or Part 2 of the Insolvency (Northern Ireland) Order 1989 (SI 1989/2405 (NI 19)) and the matter has not been finally concluded;
(c) the company is in administration under Part 2 of that Act or Part 3 of that Order;
(d) paragraph 44 of Schedule B1 to that Act or paragraph 45 of Schedule B1 to that Order applies (
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