Back
We continue to provide our legal services through the COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit our COVID-19 Hub for legal insights, or contact us directly.
Get in Touch Menu

The Companies (Striking Off) (Electronic Communications) Order 2014

31 July 2014

This Order came into effect on 11 July 2014.

It amends the Companies Act 2006 and Limited Liability Partnerships (Application of Companies Act 2006) Regulations 2009 to enable the registrar to send letters and notices of strike off to defunct companies and LLPs by electronic means, including email and text messages.

We're here to help
Contact
Chris Wills LLB (Hons)
Partner
View profile
Chris Wills
Related services
Share this article
Resources to help

Related articles

US $1.7 billion deal hangs in the balance as court examines validity of clause

Corporate

A recent High Court decision has shone the spotlight on material adverse change (MAC) clauses and their effectiveness. What is a material adverse change clause? You will most likely come…

Helen Howes LLM
Solicitor

The rise of the management buyout

Corporate

Despite the chief economist of the Bank of England’s reassurances that the post-COVID economy is “poised like a coiled spring”, current market conditions are undoubtedly making traditional mergers and acquisitions…

Chris Wills LLB (Hons)
Partner

Legal perspectives on the Budget 2021

Corporate

In the Chancellor’s first Budget speech last year, made as COVID-19 started to take hold in the UK, Rishi Sunak promised to do “whatever it takes to support the economy”.…

Willans
Solicitors
Contact us