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CHAPTER 22
COMPLETION OF THE WINDING UP

Dissolution of Company (s. 274).-When the affairs of the company have been completely wound up, on the application of the liquidator, the company is dissolved by order of the Court. The liquidator must then, within fourteen days of the order, report to the Registrar of Companies, who must make a minute of the dissolution in his books.
Where a company has been dissolved the Court may, within two years, make an order declaring the dissolution void. Such an order may be made on the application of the liquidator or of any other interested party. The order of dissolution must be served on the Registrar of Companies within seven days (s. 352).
Grounds for declaring the dissolution void are that there are unsatisfied claims by creditors,1 or the discovery of undistributed assets.
Any property of a dissolved company which has not been dealt with under the dissolution order passes to the Crown as bona vacantia (s. 354). The Crown may disclaim the property by notice served by the Treasury Solicitor (s. 355).

Defunct Companies (s. 353).-If there is reasonable cause to believe that a company is not carrying on business or is not in operation, the company may be struck off the register. Before striking it off the register, the Registrar must take the steps laid down in s. 353, and if no reply is made to his communications, he may publish in the Gazette a notice that within three months the company will be dissolved and struck off the register.
Striking the company's name off the register does not affect the liability of any director or member of the company.
Any person aggrieved by the striking off the register, including the company itself, may within twenty years apply for the company to be restored to the register, and the application may be granted by the Court on such terms as it thinks just.

THE LIQUIDATOR
The liquidator is appointed by the Court in the manner set out above (ante, p. 228). Apart from the necessity for giving security, there is no statutory requirement as to his qualifications. A body corporate cannot, however, be a liquidator (s. 335).

1 Re SpoEtiswoode, Dixon and Hunting, Ltd., [1912] 1 Ch. 410.

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