867. Striking off on application by LLP

(1) On application by a LLP, the Registrar may strike the LLP's name off the register.
(2) The application —
(a) must be made by a majority of the members of an LLP, or
(b) if there are only two such members, by both of them, or
(c) if there is only one remaining member of an LLP, by that member, and
(d) must contain the prescribed information.
(3) The Registrar may not strike a LLP off under this section until after the expiration of three months from the publication by the Registrar on the Registrar's website of a notice —
(a) stating that the Registrar may exercise the power under this section in relation to the LLP, and
(b) inviting any person to show cause why that should not be done.
(4) The Registrar must publish notice on the Registrar's website of the LLP's name having been struck off.
(5) On the publication of the notice on the Registrar's website the LLP is dissolved.
(6) However —
(a) the liability (if any) of every member of the LLP continues and may be enforced as if the LLP had not been dissolved, and
(b) nothing in this section affects the power of the Court to wind up a LLP the name of which has been struck off the register.