867A. Striking off on application by company supported by a prescribed statement

(1) On application by an eligible company (see section 867B) under this section, the Registrar may strike the company’s name off the register.
(2) An application under this section–
(a) must be approved by all members of the company present at a meeting of members or by written resolution signed by each member of the company,
(b) must be supported by a prescribed statement (see section 867C) made not more than 15 days before the date on which the resolution is passed, and
(c) must contain the prescribed information.
(3) Where the resolution is proposed as a written resolution, a copy of the statement must be sent or submitted to every eligible member at or before the time at which the proposed resolution is sent or submitted to him.
(4) Where the resolution is proposed at a general meeting, a copy of the prescribed statement must be made available for inspection by members of the company throughout that meeting.
(5) The validity of a resolution is not affected by a failure to comply with subsection (3) or (4).
(6) The Registrar may not strike a company off under this section until after the expiration of two 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 company, and
(b) inviting any person to show cause why that should not be done.
(7) The Registrar must publish notice on the Registrar’s website of the company’s name having been struck off.
(8) On the publication of the notice on the Registrar’s website the company is dissolved.
(9) However–
(a) the liability (if any) of every director, managing officer and member of the company continues and may be enforced as if the company had not been dissolved, and
(b) nothing in this section affects the power of the Court to wind up a company the name of which has been struck off the register.