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Yes I am aware. £36,000 to be recovered. Sorry if you had to wait for this response the pop up came up behind another screen. My problem is the model witness statement given in Appendix 'B' of TSol's Guide to Company Restoration uses the words "There is now produced and shown to me marked JHx a true copy of the ....." in sections 1 and 4. The words 'and shown to me' seem a bit odd as I will be the one providing the copies.
I have been told that an Administrative restoration will only apply if there is less than £3000 to recover.
Even if the company was wound up voluntarily? I am not sure under what act/section the company was wound up but my accountant used the phrase "under the old rules, 1985". If Administrative Restoration is possibler then that would be a great help.
1) From your last reply - the assets are somewhere between the bank and the Treasury, I am not sure if they have left NatWest yet.
2) How was the company wound up - I am not sure of the details, my instructions to the accountant were just to wind the company up which he did after two years of my taking dividends to mitigate the tax burden. He went to some lengths to present the Company as a 'small' company in order to avoid a liquidator's fee of £5K. I was not sure whether this was achieved which is why funds were left in the account just in case. Next I knew v- lockdown! However I think that it was dissolved under section 652 of the 1985 act. By the way the funds left in the account were the director's loan account.
I have just found what made me think that an Administrative restoration is not possible, try the third question on:
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