Anguilla Company Restoration
If your Anguilla company was Struck off or Dissolved we can assist you with having it restored to the Companies Register.
Anguilla Company Restoration Fees
- Government Restoration Fee – US$600
- Government Annual fee – US$715
- Government Penalty fees – US$370
- Resolution to appoint new Anguilla registered agent – US$100
- Filing fee to appoint new registered agent – US$100
- Admin restoration fees and charges in Anguilla
- Anguilla Agent Fee – US$700
- Restoration Certificate from the Anguilla registry – US$180
- Provision of Registered Office and Resident Agent – US$600
- Due Diligence Fee – per Director & Shareholder – £80
- Company Search – £168
- Our Assistance Fee to Restore Anguilla Company – £800
- 3% Transfer fee – for penalties, fees and charges to Anguilla – to cover exchange rate changes, bank charges and fees
Process for restoring your Anguilla Company
We obtain a company search to determine:
- what the company’s status is with the Registrar in Anguilla
- reasons for strike off
- who the registered agent of the company was
Appoint a new registered agent, obtain the outstanding fees and penalties is that is owed to the Registrar and pay these.
Lodge the application to restore the company with the Registrar.
Requirements to restore your Anguilla Company
An application for the restoration of an Anguilla company must be made within 20 years of the date of the dissolution of the company.
Before reviving/restoring a company, the Registrar requires the payment of all fees and penalties that:
- were due from the company at the date of its dissolution, and
- would have been payable up to the date of the application for reviving the company as if the the company was never dissolved.
Restoration by Registrar / Court
Your company can be restored by us applying to the Registrar, when the company was struck off / dissolved for one of the following reasons:
- The registered agent ceased to act and a new agent was not appointed
- A decision was made and articles of dissolution was drawn up to dissolve the company
- The company failed to send the Annual Return or to pay the annual government fee
- the company did not commence business within 3 years of the date of the company’s certificate of incorporation
- the company ceased to carry on business or was not in operation
Who can make the application to the Registrar: A person who, at the time of the dissolution of the company, was—
- a shareholder
- a director of the company;
- a creditor of the company
To restore your Anguilla company the Registrar must be satisfied that, at the time that the company was dissolved, the company
- was still carrying on business
- had property that had not been disposed of
If the Registrar agrees to the revival of the company, he will:
- Publish a notice in the Gazette;
- Issue a certificate of revival for the company; and
- Restore the companies name to the Registry.
Upon the revival of the company any property that was vested in the Crown on the dissolution of the company and that has not been disposed of must be returned to the company upon its revival.
Company Directors and Shareholders
When a Anguilla company is restored, the previous Directors, Company Secretary and Shareholders are automatically assumed to have continued.