Struck off companies are those companies which have not been filing their annual compliances for a couple of years or more. Such companies are therefore considered (by RoC) not to carrying on their business. Has your entity being struck off from the Register of Companies, you are at right place to take off your worries.
In 2016 over 1.63 lakh companies have not been carrying out business activities for long have been deregistered and a series of actions against such shell companies have been taken by ROC. These actions of government have caused a huge disturbance to the companies which were carrying on the business legally but have not done their statutory filings. Though the ROC must have served notices as mandated under Section 248 on the registered email ids of the Companies before striking them off, in many cases, there were complaints of not receiving any notice.
However, restoring of such aggrieved company/s name is possible through Corpseed Revival of Struck Off Companies
1. Connect to Corpseed
2. Provide necessary documents required to restore struck of the company
3. Our expert CA will help you to restore your struck-off company
Continue operations with the existing entity
Can use the existing brand name for marketing & advertisement purpose
Continue operations with the existing setup
It entirely depends on the decision that whether you want to work with existing entity struck off or want to create a new to operate. In case if you are operating fine with the existing entity and failed to file compliances or annual return, then our suggestion is to restore the existing entity
Documents Points to note before closure filing
Any person can file an appeal within a period of 3 years from the date of the order of the Registrar for his stuck off company. An application has to be filed with NCLT with below mandatory points.
If a company is registered under MCA and didn’t compile with ROC compliances for a couple of years, in this case, ROC declares that company as struck-off and sends notice to inform company owner.
According to section 11AA (2) of SEBI act, any scheme or arrangement made or offered by any company