The court decides to cancel the company and ex officio from the commercial register in the following cases:
- If the general meeting has not been held in the calendar year in question or if, within a period longer than three months, the company's authorities have not been established,
- If the company loses its entitlement to business,
- If the assumptions laid down by the Law on the establishment of the company
- If the company violates the obligation to create or supplement a reserve fund under the
- If a company violates the obligation to perform an activity which it can exercise only by means of authorised persons,
- If the company has not complied with the obligation to impose on the collection of instruments individual accounts for at least two accounting periods consecutive,
- If the company does not meet the conditions established for the company's The rental contract has ceased to be established or is no longer the owner of the property.
The court decides to revoke the company on its own initiative, on a proposal from a national authority or by a complaint from a person having a legal interest in the matter.
Ex officio deletion of the company from the commercial register is the cheapest and the simplest solution to the abolition of the company, as all necessary acts are done by the court. At the same time, we must note that such cancellation is also the longest. The court does not have any time limits for cancelling the company. In addition, where the court finds that the company has an asset, the situation may be appointed by its statutory authority or a venturer as a liquidator in its winding-up regulation. The company can therefore get into the process of proper liquidation and only after the court has completed the ex officio deletes the company from the commercial register.
Our service includes:
- Drafting of the application to the court to issue a winding-up decision and subsequent ex officio Erasure from the commercial Register,
- Advice throughout the process.