Restoration of a Company – Fees

Company Restoration Fees

Under the new Companies Act 2006 there are two procedures for
company restoration. They are Administrative restoration and a Company
restoration by court order.

Administrative Company Restoration Fees
Administrative Restoration Our fee to deal with
the company restoration for you is £450
+ disbursements of:

  • £100 Companies House
    fee –
    We deal with everything for you including advising on
    requirements of Companies House, preparing the required statement of
  • £69 – Treasury Solicitor fee
  • +  Late filing penalties –  relating to accounts that were overdue for filing at the date
    the company was struck off
  • + Preparation and filing of outstanding documents

Once the application for restoring your company has been made we will
continue to monitor and advise you of the progress and provide you with
confirmation when your company has been restored.

 Company Restoration by Court Order
Company Restoration by Court Order – Our fee to deal with the company restoration for you is £600 + disbursements of:

  • £500 Solicitors fees
  • £300 The Treasury Solicitor – costs which are usually approximately £300. The Treasury Solicitor will usually agree to an application subject to undertakings being given to remedy the default eg. by filing updated accounts.
  • £225 Court fees and commissioner for oaths fees
    Fees for dealing with the court application
  • + Preparation and filing of outstanding documents
  • We receive all court and Companies House communications
Voluntary Strike off service                     £150


To begin your company restoration, please complete our Restoration Application Form with no obligation.

Our Restoration Service includes:

  • The preparation of all paperwork
  • Application at the High Court
  • Compilation of evidence for the hearing
  • Representation at court and the service of the Court Order on the Registrar of Companies.

The restoration needs to be made in the name of the Company and joined by:

  • A shareholder of the company
  • A creditor of the company
  • A director

It is not necessary for an applicant to attend court as we will appear on your behalf

Restoration Procedure

In order to restore a company to the Register, we must make an application by way of a Claim Form to the High Court and this is to be supported by the Affidavit of a member or creditor giving details about the company and why the defaults have occurred.

We will require a list of information regarding the company together with a copy of the Memorandum, Articles of Association and Certificate of Incorporation.

The hearing date is usually allocated some four weeks after the application has been issued and accordingly the normal timescale for a restoration is in the region of 6 to 8 weeks.

Restoration Process

We require payment of the direct expenses before applying for a hearing date. Once the date is settled we will prepare all the paperwork and you will be sent a Power of Attorney.

Please note that our fees do not include any other fees or penalties that Companies House may impose for late filing of accounts. Our service includes all affidavits, exhibits and claims forms together with all dealings with the Treasury Solicitor, Companies House and the Courts.

The procedures are relatively simple but do involve dealing through the Royal Courts of Justice and Companies House. Thereafter the process is speedier as we are dealing with Companies House.

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