Some customers looking for an agent registered in Hong Kong after the company, due to poor management of the initiative to cancel the company or contact the original agent led to the company was forced to be removed by the government. Can a company recover after being written off or delisted? The answer is yes, and there are two main ways, depending on the situation.
Some clients register with agentsHong Kong companyLater, the company was forced to cancel the company due to poor management or unable to contact the original agent. Can a company recover after being written off or delisted? The answer is yes, and there are two main ways, depending on the situation.
The first is to petition the court for reinstatement. The owner of the company will need to find a lawyer, initiate a court case and ask the court to approve the reinstatement of the company, in which the Registrar of Companies will be named as the respondent. The law firm is also required to draft an affidavit for the client in support of the application. But this method only applies to active logoutHong Kong company, and the company has deposits to be withdrawn from its bank accounts, or has other clearly necessary reasons.
The second, administrative way to apply for restoration. The company proposing this way needs to make up the annual audit documents and fees owed, plus the fine of the government; Fill one out at the same time"The local company applied for administrative reinstatement"The application form. After the above two steps are completed, the Registry will view the document and submit it to the court for approval. But this method only applies to those who have been forced to delist by the governmentHong Kong company.
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