We can restore your BVI company that has been administratively struck off the Register.
A BVI company which has been struck off the Register but, not yet dissolved can be restored to the Register by an administrative restoration. In order for a struck off company to be restored by the BVI Registry the following fees must be paid:
When all the fees and penalties are paid, the Registrar shall restore the name of the company to the register and upon the restoration the company shall be deemed never to have been struck off.
A BVI company that has been administratively struck from the Register is dissolved 10 years after it was struck off, provided that it has not been restored to the Register in the meantime.
Once a company has been dissolved it can only be restored to the Register by the Court which must first declare the dissolution of the company to be void. An application to Court must be made within a 10 year period following the dissolution of the company. After that, a dissolved company cannot be restored to the Register at all.
Restoring a BVI company that has been dissolved will require an application to be made to the Court. An application to Court must be made within a 10 year period following the dissolution of the company.
With a Court Restoration BVI Legal fees to be paid by the Company, which includes preparation of documents, payment of Financial Services Commission legal costs, filing at High Court Registry, and attending court (not required if only recently struck off).
After 10 years of being dissolved a company cannot be restored to the BVI Register.
Disbursements or Expenses:
When a BVI company is restored, the previous Directors, Company Secretary, Shareholders and Registered Office are automatically assumed to have continued.
A BVI 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 will organise.