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Would deregistering a company not deny claimants the right to sue such a company for any claim that arose before it was deregistered, given that such a company is no longer in existence?

The owner of a deregistered company cannot be absolved from the liabilities and claims made against a deregistered company, therefore claims made against a deregistered company may be made against the directors of the company.

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