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Company Strike Off Time


One of my clients has a dormant company they want to strike off. If they use the DS01 form how long does it normally take for the company to be dissolved?



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Simon Best



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Hi Simon

Approximately 2 months. Just check that HMRC aren't expecting any tax returns (they shouldn't be if it's dormant as long as they know that)



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Hi Simon

I was going to say around the 3 months mark, but in all honesty I have never had to do one where as I am pretty sure John has.



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Hi Doug

It used to be 3 months but it changed a year or two ago.



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Thanks guys



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