Companies Act 2014
Striking off (involuntary and voluntary cases) and dissolution
733. (1) If the Registrar has given a notice under section 730 and the remedial step has not been taken on or before the date specified in that notice for the purposes of section 730(2)(c), the Registrar may strike the company off the register.
(2) If the Registrar has given a notice under section 732 and—
(a) no objection referred to in section 732(2)(b) has been delivered to the Registrar within the period specified in that notice for the purposes of section 732(2)(c) or the Registrar is of opinion that there is no reasonable basis to such an objection that has been so delivered, and
(b) the company has not requested, in accordance with section 732(4), the cancellation of the process of its being struck off the register,
the Registrar may strike the company off the register.
(3) The Registrar shall publish in the CRO Gazette a notice of the striking of a company off the register.
(4) The company is dissolved on the date of publication by the Registrar of the notice in the CRO Gazette of its being struck off the register and that date is referred to subsequently in this Part as the “date of dissolution”.