We can restore Liberian companies that have been Struck Off the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry. When your Liberian Corporation is Struck Off, the status certificate will say the Corporation ended legal existence as a Liberian Non-Resident Domestic Corporation upon annulment by the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Once your Liberian Corporation is restored to the register it is deemed never to have been annulled and deemed to have been in continued existence.
An annulled corporation must send the request to the Minister of Foreign Affairs to apply for reinstatement and the decision as to whether the company is reinstated as at the Minister's discretion. When the rescission of involuntary dissolution is granted, the corporation is restored as an active corporation in good standing as if the annulment had not taken place.
We can restore Liberian corporations that have been annulled, we complete the following during the reinstatement process:
Liberian legal entities are governed by the Liberian Associations Law (1977, as amended through 2002), which contains the Business Corporations Law, the Limited Liability Company Law and the Private Foundation Law.
Although the Proclamation of Annulment remains in the public record, the corporation is restored as an active Liberian corporation as if the annulment had not taken place.
The corporation will need to pay all of the fees due at the time of annulment. It will have to pay all of the annual fees it would have paid as if it had remained active. A rescission letter is also drafted.
The Liberian Corporate Registry, acting on behalf of the Registrar of Corporations and the LISCR Trust Company may begin proceedings for an administrative strike off if your company does not adhere to certain rules, regulations and requirements.
The Registrar may strike your company off the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry for a number of reasons including:
Failure of your Liberian company to maintain a Registered Agent will result in Annulment (involuntary dissolution) by the Registrar. Failure to pay your annual registration fee will cause your corporation to fall out of Good Standing and the Registrar will not accept filings on behalf of the corporation until it has been restored back into Good Standing.
If your Liberia corporation voluntarily filed Articles of Dissolution and would like to restore the company, the fees are significantly less. A Corporation will need to complete the following to revoke the dissolution:
To revoke the dissolution, we prepare and submit documents to the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry.
A Liberian 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.