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Company details
Company name in full
Company number
RT01
In accordance with
Section 1024 of the
Companies Act 2006.
Application for administrative restoration to
the Register
What this form is for
You may use this form to apply for
administrative restoration to the
Register.
What this form is NOT for
You cannot use this form for any
other application for restoration to
the Register.
For further information, please
refer to our guidance at
www.companieshouse.gov.uk
Filling in this form
Please complete in typescript or in
bold black capitals.
All fields are mandatory unless
specified or indicated by *
A fee is payable with this form.
Please see ‘How to pay’ on the last page.
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The application
Restoration
The Registrar will notify the
applicant of the decision to restore
the company under section 1025
in writing. If the decision of the
Registrar is to restore the company,
the restoration will take effect from
the date the notification letter
is sent.
Documentation
This should include:
- This RT01 with filing fee.
- Any outstanding accounts.
- Any outstanding late filing
penalties.
- Any outstanding annual returns
with filing fees.
- A bona vacantia waiver letter.
Late filing penalty
The company is not liable to a
penalty under section 453 or any
corresponding earlier provision if
the period allowed for filing the
accounts and reports ended:
- after the date of dissolution,
- and before the restoration of the
company to the register.
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I, being a former director/member of the above dissolved company,
apply for the company to be administratively restored to the Register
under section 1024 of the Companies Act 2006. The following conditions
required for restoration have been met:
- The application is being made by a former director / member of the
company.
- The application is being made within 6 years of dissolution.
- The company was struck off the Register under the power of the Registrar
to strike off a defunct company (section 1000 & 1001 of the Companies
Act 2006 or section 652 of the Companies Act 1985).
- The company was carrying on business or was in operation at the time of
strike off.
- If applicable, where property was vested bona vacantia, the Crown
representative has signified to the Registrar in writing consent to the
company’s restoration. It is the applicant’s responsibility to obtain consent
and pay any costs.
- Documents relating to the company to bring up to date the company record
have been properly delivered to the Registrar.
- All penalties outstanding under section 453 of the Companies Act 2006
or section 242A of the Companies Act 1985 or corresponding earlier
provisions at the date of dissolution have been paid.
- The administrative restoration fee is included with this application.
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Statement of compliance
I confirm that I am a former director/member making this application
and the requirements for administrative restoration under section 1025
of the Companies Act 2006 have been met.
Signature
Signature
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Application for administrative restoration to the Register
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Alternative name
Alternative name
If the alternative name cannot be
registered, the Registrar shall restore
the company as if its company
number was also its name. The
company then has 14 days after the
date of restoration to change its
name by resolution of the directors.
The company must give notice to the
Registrar of the change, and sections
80 and 81 apply as regards the
registration and effect of the change.
It is an offence under section
1033(6) of the Companies Act 2006
if the company name is not changed
within 14 days of the company being
restored with the company number
as its name.
If at the date of restoration the company could not be registered under its
former name without contravening section 66 of the Companies Act 2006 (name
not to be the same as another in the Registrar’s index of company names),
it must be restored to the Register under another name specified. This name
is subject to the provisions of section 54 and 55 of the Companies Act 2006
(sensitive words and expressions), section 80 (change of name: registration
and issue of new certificate of incorporation), and section 81 (change of name:
effect) as if the application to register were a notice of change of name.
Please enter an alternative name if the former name is unavailable. Please check
the company names’ index to see if the alternative name is available at
www.companieshouse.gov.uk
Alternative name
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Where to send
You may return this form to any Companies House
address, however for expediency we advise you to
return it to the appropriate address below:
For companies registered in England and Wales:
The Registrar of Companies, Companies House,
Crown Way, Cardiff, Wales, CF14 3UZ.
DX 33050 Cardiff.
For companies registered in Scotland:
The Registrar of Companies, Companies House,
Fourth floor, Edinburgh Quay 2,
139 Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH3 9FF.
DX ED235 Edinburgh 1
or LP - 4 Edinburgh 2 (Legal Post).
For companies registered in Northern Ireland:
The Registrar of Companies, Companies House,
Second Floor, The Linenhall, 32-38 Linenhall Street,
Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT2 8BG.
DX 481 N.R. Belfast 1.
For further information, please see the guidance notes
on the website at www.companieshouse.gov.uk
or email enquiries@companieshouse.gov.uk
This form is available in an
alternative format. Please visit the
forms page on the website at
www.companieshouse.gov.uk
Further information
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Checklist
We may return the forms completed incorrectly
or with information missing.
Please make sure you have remembered the
following:
The company name and number match the
information held on the public Register.
The conditions for restoration have been met.
A former director / member has signed the form in
section 3.
The correct fee for restoration (and if applicable, the
change of name fee) is enclosed.
To avoid delay, this form should be filed as part
of a package. Please ensure you also enclose the
following:
All outstanding accounts.
All outstanding annual returns with filing fees.
All outstanding late filing penalties (if applicable).
A bona vacantia waiver letter (available from
www.bonavacantia.gov.uk/output).
RT01
Application for administrative restoration to the Register
How to pay
A fee of £100 is payable to Companies House
in respect of an application for administrative
restoration.
Make cheques or postal orders payable to ‘Companies
House’.
£
Important information
Please note that all information on this form will
appear on the public record.
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Presenter information
You do not have to give any contact information, but if
you do it will help Companies House if there is a query
on the form. The contact information you give will be
visible to searchers of the public record.
Contact name
Company name
Address
Post town
County/Region
Postcode
DX
Telephone
Country
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