What is Voluntary Strike Off?

Company strike off – also known as voluntary strike off is the process whereby a company is de-registered from the register of companies and with the revenue commissioner. The most common reasons for seeking a voluntary strike off are: The

Striking off a company in Ireland

Company strike-off in Ireland is the process whereby a company with very small assets and liabilities [not exceeding €150 gross ] ceases to trade OR company that has never traded is de-registered from the Register of Companies and with the

Voluntary Strike-off

If you have a company that has ceased to trade or has never traded there are three options: Close the Company Down either by: Voluntary Strike-off – this procedure is relevant for a company with little or no assets or

How to Strike Off a Company

When a company ceases to trade it is obliged to de-register the company from the Register of Companies and with the Revenue Commissioner, or keep the company alive by filing annual returns to the cro [see Dormant Companies]. There are

Liquidation Process and Procedure

The liquidation process, also called a winding up procedure, results in the company ceasing to trade and being legally dissolved. The process of liquidation does vary depending on the type of liquidation but can be summarised as: Company ceases to

How to Liquidate a Company

Company liquidation is the process whereby the value of the assets are realised to pay down company debts. Depending on the state of the company the process of liquidation may result in a surplus of funds being returned to it’s