A Cyprus company which has been struck off from the companies register, due to non-compliance with the Companies Law, can be restored and considered to have continued in existence as if its name had not been struck off, following either an application directly to the Registrar of Companies or by an application to the District Court.
A Cyprus company which has been struck off the register can be reinstated, depending on the circumstances, either by an application to the Registrar of Companies or by an application to the District Court.
Strike-off procedure – A Cyprus Company may be struck off the Register either by a request of the directors or shareholders or involuntarily by the Registrar of Companies.
A shareholders’ agreement is a confidential legal document between the shareholders of a company. As such the agreement it is not accessible to third parties unless disclosed. The agreement ensures that a mutual understanding exists between the shareholders’ by explicitly providing the agreed terms for the management and control of the company. Moreover, shareholders agreements…