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De-registering a company

Companies that are not carrying on business, amalgamating, wound up and those that are not compliant with the Companies Act shall be removed from the register of companies through the process of company de-registration. For voluntary de-registration and amalgamation your applications have to be accompanied by a NO OBJECTION letter from BURS, as a means to ensure that the company has no tax obligations and that BURS has approved its removal from the register.

You will be issued with a certificate of de-registration at the end of the process, as proof that the company has been duly removed from the companies’ register.

Instructions for voluntary removal of a company can be found here: 

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