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Amending an initial restoration by court order?

How I can amend the Restoration by order of the court??

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Good afternoon everyone!

My client restored by order of a court his company BUT he ticked the wrong option: he sent the application to restore the company for the purpose of selling it and in fact, the purpose was of trading. How I can amend this mistake, no one is answering from the Government legal department, I was trying to contact treasury solicitors...tsol.gov... Please help :(

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By Gia17
26th Sep 2019 13:57

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By johngroganjga
26th Sep 2019 14:10

Why does it matter?

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By Gia17
26th Sep 2019 14:53

On the Court order, it is written that the director of the company will immediately voluntary strike off the company after selling it (3 months after restoration-deadline)... so, they are not allowed to trade.

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By johngroganjga
26th Sep 2019 15:40

How can he strike it off after he has sold it? Only the new owner can. And why would a buyer want it only to strike it off? And what is the court’s interest in what happens to the company after it is restored?

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By Gia17
26th Sep 2019 18:34

How can he strike it off after he has sold it? Only the new owner can. And why would a buyer want it only to strike it off
- Sell the business`s assets /lease etc then DS01 not selling the business to another owner (future director of the same company)

And what is the court’s interest in what happens to the company after it is restored?
- Well, the Court specifies that the company should be dissolved within 3 months and it is stipulated that trading is forbidden for that particular company. If we don`t respect a Court decision then... we have a huge problem.

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By johngroganjga
26th Sep 2019 16:32

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By Gia17
26th Sep 2019 18:26

I found out the answer.. it seems that I have to submit a Court Order Variation and this can only be done by a solicitor and it takes ages and is quite expensive.

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