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What is the cost of restoring a struck off or dissolved company?

Apply now to restore a struck off company - company restoration application form (PDF file - 189kB)

The cost of restoring a struck off or dissolved company to the register is usually fixed but in the unlikely event of a complication or objection arising, it may be higher.

Item Price  
Full Restoration £399 Note 1, Note 3
Administrative Restoration £299 Note 2
Ex-gratia Asset Release Application £199

Note 1 : Add court fees, treasury solicitor fees and legal fees totalling of £595. For registered office in Cornwall or Lancashire add Duchy fee of £125. Please be aware that if after the company is restored it wishes to continue trading late filing penalties levied by Companies House will be payable after the restoration is complete.

Note 2 : Add Companies House fee of £100 and bona vacantia fees not less than £69 and not more than £125 depending on situation of registered office. In all cases add late filing penalties and annual return fees levied by Companies House are payable as part of the administrative restoration procedure.

Note 3 : In some circumstances for a full restoration we can make a personal court attendance which may speed the process up by several weeks. There is an extra fee of £425 plus VAT for this service and we will attend as many times as is necessary up to 4 visits until the restoration is complete.

Please note that the vast majority of cases are straightforward but if any extra costs are incurred in excess of £30 we will seek your permission to proceed.

All prices are plus VAT

Apply now to restore a struck off company - company restoration application form (PDF file - 189kB)

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