Company Strike Off - FAQs

Yes, any type of company formed/incorporated by Offshore Company Corp in any jurisdiction can apply for deregistration/strike-off.

The company must meet the following conditions before making an application for deregistration/strike off. All the members of the company agree to the deregistration. The company has not...

Yes. A company is required to file Annual Returns and observe its obligations under the Companies Ordinance until it has been dissolved. Failure to do so will make the company liable to prosecution.

An application for the restoration can be made to the Court of First Instance or Withdraw. Offshore Company Corp can help you do it!

Winding up is the process of settling the accounts and liquidating the assets of a company for the purpose of making distribution of the net assets to members and dissolving the...

Depending on the jurisdiction you are incorporated in and the status of your business, it normally it takes 1-2 months, but it may be 5 months for companies incorporated in Hong Kong, Singapore and...

Provided that your company is solvent properly, you can arrange for voluntary liquidation. It is a formal and complete way of winding-up your company. Upon completion, a Certificate of Dissolution...

A company that is struck-off the Register will be deemed to be dissolved seven years after strike-off. The company name may be reused at any time after the company is dissolved. If the name of the...