CS Case Law Restoration of defunct company

Restoration of defunct company

Section 560 – Defunct company – Restoration of- Whether it is a mandatory requirement for the Registrar to send notice to the company before striking off name from register – If the name of the company is struck off from the register of companies without notice under sub-section (6) of section 560, the Registrar of Companies is required to restore the name of the company in the register of companies treating as if the company’s name had never been struck off.

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