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Published 10 February 2022

50 predictions: Construction & Engineering

From Tuesday 1 March 2022, certain Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) forms will become mandatory online filings only. This is part of an ongoing effort by the CRO to migrate a number of their services online.\n 
From Tuesday 1 March 2022, certain Companies Registration Office (“CRO”) forms will become mandatory online filings only. This is part of an ongoing effort by the CRO to migrate a number of their services online.It will not be possible to file hardcopy versions of these forms with the CRO following this date. Any hardcopy forms that are received on or post 1 March 2022 by the CRO will be returned for re-submission online.Please find a list of the forms that must be filed online with the CRO from 1 March 2022 below:-G1: Special ResolutionG2: Ordinary ResolutionE2: Notice of Appointment of Liquidator(s)E2A: Notice of Resignation of LiquidatorE2B: Notice of Removal of a LiquidatorE2C: Notice of Appointment of Liquidator(s) following Removal of previous LiquidatorE3: Liquidator’s Accounts of Acts & DealingsE4: Liquidator’s Statement of Proceedings and Position of Winding UpE5: Liquidator’s Final Statement of AccountsE6: Return of final winding up meetingE7 - Final Wind-up Meeting - Members & CreditorsE8: Notice of Appointment of ReceiverE9: Receiver’s AbstractE11: Notice of cessation by receiverForm C6 - Declaration of satisfaction of a chargeForm C7 - Partial Satisfaction of a Charge/Judgement MortgageForm H1: Restoration of a CompanyForm H15: Application for Voluntary strike-offFor more information please contact Sarah Meehan, Associate or another member of our Dublin Corporate and Commercial team.

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