You may be able to stop the enforced strike off of your company if you respond to the initial notifications within the time allowed. You can apply to suspend the strike off but you’ll also need to address the reasons behind Companies House plans.
This might involve bringing filing obligations up to date, for example, or submitting the necessary information about the directors of the company. If you have assets held within the business, this is another reason to challenge the enforced strike-off.
As with voluntary strike-off, a third party may also object so they can recoup any monies owed to them. HMRC, your bank, or perhaps a trade creditor, can all make an objection if they have a debt outstanding.
If your company is in the process of being forcibly struck off, please get in touch with our expert team at Company Closure for a free consultation. We can advise you on the best way forward, and provide the professional support you need.