If your limited company was dissolved and you hope to start trading again under the same name, there are steps you can take to get the business running. As long as certain conditions are met, the company can be reactivated through Companies House by filing a request.
However, there are times when this route is not possible. Only a director or shareholder can reinstate a company through a request, and only when the company was struck off within six years of the renewal request. The business must also have been a trading entity at the time of its dissolution.
However, there are ways to get the company reinstated even if the above conditions are not met, and Coddan's specialists can help you with this. A court order can be issued, allowing others to access a dormant business or ensuring an older company can be added back to the register. Any party who had an interest in the business through connection or investment can make a request to reinstate a dissolved company.