Many companies have been expelled by the government for reasons such as lack of annual audit or audit, and some Hong Kong companies want to resume their registration for some reasons after being cancelled. Can we restore our Hong Kong company under such circumstances?
Many companies have been expelled by the government for reasons such as not having an annual audit or an auditHong Kong companyAfter the deregistration, we want to restore the registration for some reasons. Can we restore our Hong Kong company in this case? The answer is that it can be restored, and it is up to you to decide how you should apply for reinstatement.
ifHong Kong companyHas been voluntarily cancelled, but the company's bank account still needs to be retrieved, or has other clearly necessary reasons. You can apply to the court for reinstatement. In the specific process, the client needs to hire a lawyer practising in Hong Kong to open a court case and ask the court to approve the reinstatement of the company. In the case, the Companies Registry will be listed as the respondent. The lawyer is also required to draft an affidavit for the client in support of the application. The time required is uncertain. The fees required are: Law firm's service charges+Companies Registry fees.
If a company is forced to delist by the government, an application for reinstatement can be made administratively. The process is: first make up the owed annual audit documents and fees, and then pay the corresponding fine; And fill out a copy"The local company applied for administrative reinstatement"Application form; Submit together after the above steps are completeHong Kong companyThe registration office, the registry after the approval of the lawyer for approval, the whole process about2About a month.
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