Companies Act 2014
Public notice in case of voluntary strike off
732. (1) As soon as practicable after the receipt of an application by a company to be struck off that satisfies the conditions set out in section 731, the Registrar shall, by publishing a notice in the CRO Gazette that complies with subsection (2), give public notice of the Registrar’s intention to strike the company off the register.
(2) The notice shall—
(a) state that the company has applied to be struck off the register;
(i) that any person may deliver to the Registrar an objection to the striking off of the company in the prescribed form; and
(ii) that any such objection must be confined to the ground that one or more of the conditions set out in section 731 have not been satisfied;
(c) specify the period within which such an objection may be delivered to the Registrar; and
(d) state that, unless the Registrar has received—
(i) an objection to the striking-off of the company within that period, being an objection that the Registrar sustains; or
(ii) a request for the cancellation of the process of strike off in accordance with subsection (4);
the Registrar may strike the company off the register and, if the Registrar does so, the company will be dissolved.
(3) The period to be specified for the purposes of subsection (2)(c) shall be the period ending 90 days after the date of publication of the notice.
(4) Within the period specified for the purposes of subsection (2)(c), the company may request of the Registrar, by delivering to the Registrar a notice in that behalf in the prescribed form, the cancellation of the process of its being struck off the register.