Do you have a dormant Irish company?

Are you wondering what you should do with it before the end of the transition period?

Do you need to keep the company?  If so, do you need to take steps to convert it?

Do you have a purpose for the company or is it costing too much to maintain?

You might be considering having the company voluntarily struck off the Register of Companies in Ireland if it meets the conditions.  Free guidance is available on the website of the Companies Registration Office.

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Voluntary Strike Off Checklist

I have prepared a checklist of the requirements to have a company voluntarily struck off  that you can purchase and download here.

This is a good starting point to help you decide if you can meet the conditions and start the process.


If you would like any assistance with applying to  voluntarily stiking off an Irish company from the Register of Companies please contact us.



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