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Objecting to a removal

 

Any person may object to the removal of a company from the New Zealand Register of Companies (the Register) as long as it is no later than the date specified in the public notice.

How to object

Once you have established that you have grounds to object, and are within the time limit for objections - submit your writtten objection to the Registrar.

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What are the grounds for objecting?

There are six grounds for objecting to the removal of a company set out in section 321 of the Companies Act 1993.

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How we process your objection

If evidence is supplied by the objector, the Registrar will suspend removal of the company for a reasonable time to allow for the objector to complete their dealings with the company.

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Withdraw an existing objection

How to withdraw an objection to the removal of a company you have lodged.

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If the period for lodging objections has passed

During the removal process there is an opportunity for creditors and other interested parties to object to the removal of a company.

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