Companies Act 2014

728.

Contents of Registrar’s notice to company

728. (1) The Registrar’s notice under section 727 shall—

(a) state that the issue of the notice is the first step in a process that may lead to the company being struck off the register;

(b) state the ground or grounds for striking off being invoked by the Registrar;

(c) state that the company will be dissolved if it is struck off the register;

(d) if subsection (3) applies, set out the information required by that subsection;

(e) specify the remedial step;

(f) specify the date on or before which the remedial step must be taken; and

(g) state that failure to take the remedial step on or before the date so specified may result in the Registrar giving public notice of an intention to strike the company off the register.

(2) The date to be specified for the purposes of subsection (1)(f) shall be a date falling not less than 28 days after the date of the notice.

(3) Except where the ground for striking off is that set out in section 726(d) , (e) or (f), the notice shall also state that each director of the company at the date that the notice is sent is liable for disqualification under section 842(h) if the company is struck off the register.