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Cogcog

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Companies house are showing a company as DISS40 (DISS40(SOAD)) which I understand records a sriking off action being dismissed. What does that mean in plain English does anyone know?

Does it mean the company were in deep do-do and a creditor sought striking off (of company or directors)
or is it just an administrative thing?

I noticed that the day before the DIS40, a 'First Gazette' notice was listed, does that mean some debt related attenmpt to strike off?

Edited by Cogcog on Monday 3rd January 17:22

GeraldSmith

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I think that a DISS40 is what happens when a company fails to file it's accounts on time and Companies House move to strike it off the register.


Edited by GeraldSmith on Monday 3rd January 17:33

Cogcog

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GeraldSmith said:
I think that a DISS40 is what happens when a company fails to file it's accounts on time and Companies House move to strike it off the register.


Edited by GeraldSmith on Monday 3rd January 17:33
Gazette was basicaly a notice day CH instended to strike off, DISS40 was them geting agreement that that should npt take place. Company is shown as 'dormant' last year and has now filed annual return showing £2 of share capital, but still ovrdeue as last accounts were filed as dormant July 2007.

H6CJF

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Planning a take-over Mr Cog?
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