We can restore your Gibraltar company after it has been struck-off the Gibraltar Register.
In order for the Registrar to issue a Certificate of Good Standing, your Gibraltar Company is required to be up to date in the filing of all its Annual Returns and Accounts.
Under the Companies Act, the Registrar has a discretionary power to strike off any Gibraltar Company from the Register and can strike off from the register any company that has not filed annual returns in the previous three years.
We can file an application with Companies House in Gibraltar to restore your company, if your company was struck off in the last 10 years. If it has been struck off for over 10 years we, would apply for a Court Order to restore your company.
An application must be accompanied by an affidavit and a statement of the facts on which the application is based
The Registrar shall not make a direction to restore the name of the company to the register earlier than 30 days after the date of publication of the notice.
On receipt of an application the Registrar, if satisfied that there are grounds for restoration of the company to the register, may direct the name of the company to be restored to the register.
On the Registrar restoring a company to the register the company shall be deemed to have continued in existence as if its name had not been struck off; and the Registrar may make such provisions as seem just for placing the company and all other persons in the same position as nearly as may be as if he name of the company had not been struck off.
Where an application to restore a company to the register has been made, in his discretion, the Registrar may refuse to consider the application and require that the person by whom the application was made apply to the Court for an order to restore the company.
After the expiry of the period of 10 years, if a company or any member or creditor of a company feels aggrieved by the company having been struck off the register, then, on an application made by the company or member, the Registrar of the Court may, if satisfied that the company was at the time of the striking off carrying on business or in operation, or otherwise that it is just that the company be restored to the register, order the name of the company to be restored to the register.
Where a company is dissolved, all property and rights vested in the company immediately before its dissolution (including leasehold property) shall be deemed to be Bona Vacantia and shall accordingly belong to the Crown, and shall vest and may be dealt with in the same manner as other Bona Vacantia accruing to the Crown.
A Gibraltar company can only be restored by the registered agent on record, or the agent must be changed to a new agent undertaking the company restoration, which we can organise.