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Restoring a company to the Register - Court process

Please note: These guidance notes are not intended to be definitive legal advice and should not be relied upon as such. The interpretation of legislation is a matter on which the Guernsey Registry cannot advise and entities/individuals need to form their own independent view on compliance with the legislation. Independent legal advice is advised where there is any uncertainty.

A company can be restored to the Register up to a period of 10 years from the date on which it was removed from the register. (A company cannot be restored if it was struck off under section 519 of the Companies (Guernsey) Law, 2008 - striking off for persistent and gross contraventions.)

The restoration process involves making an application to the Court for an order restoring the company to the register. Once the Court order is granted a copy of the order must be submitted to the Registry along with the restoration fee and any outstanding annual validations before the company will be restored.

The guidance note available to download below gives more information on the restoration process.

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Restoration application - Court Process

Application to the Court to restore a company to the Register