Director address after strike off

What will appear as address on companies house?

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Sole director company being struck off as trading ceased. Director address and registered office always been a paid for company formation office address.

Formation company want their fee renewed and state of we don't pay and address not changed they will apply for company to be struck off.

How does this play out if company already being struck off?

The entry for the director will stay on companies house against a dissolved company and they don't want their home address on public display.

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By Wanderer
10th Jan 2024 14:38

Once struck off any RO ,or indeed any other address, just 'sticks'.

If they are 'going to apply for company to be struck off' then just tell them to get on with it. Particularly on the basis that it is the directors who have to apply!

Suggest you change the Co House authorisation code, just in case the formation agents have it & sneakily change the address.

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Lisa Thomas
By Lisa Thomas - Insolvency Practitioner
10th Jan 2024 17:14

There is a way they can contact companies house post dissolution and take their address off as being the registered office. There's a specific form they can use (I can't remember the code).

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By Wanderer
10th Jan 2024 17:23
"You cannot ask to remove your company’s registered office address, even if it’s your home address."

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Lisa Thomas
By Lisa Thomas - Insolvency Practitioner
11th Jan 2024 12:23

Thank you for pointing out my error, Wanderer. Sorry, I misread the original post completely!

I thought the formation company was threatening to remove their address as the registered office.

Third parties can apply to Companies House to get their address removed post dissolution.

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By lionofludesch
10th Jan 2024 18:17

Not much of a threat from this formation company, is it?

I'd just tell them that the company is already being struck off but, if they want to double up, feel free to crack on. Maybe it'll help to push things along.

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