1030 When application to the court may be made
Companies Act 2006 | Legislation

1030  When application to the court may be made

(1)     An application to the court for restoration of a company to the register may be made at any time for the [purpose of—

(a)     bringing] proceedings against the company for damages for personal [injury;]

[(b)     an insurer (within the meaning of the Third Parties (Rights Against Insurers) Act 2010) bringing proceedings against a third party in the name of that company in respect of that company's liability for damages for personal injury.]

(2)     No order shall be made on such an application if it appears to the court that the proceedings

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