strike off

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A spokesman for Companies House said: "We can confirm the proposed strike off action was done by Companies House due to the non-filing of statutory documentation.
If, after the Enrile personal attack against me, certain senators had moved to strike off the record, I would not have delivered my own response.
If no response is received, the Registrar will publish a notice in the London Gazette or Edinburgh Gazette giving notice of his intention to strike off the company.
He said: 'A proposal to strike off this company has been made because they haven't filed their annual return or accounts, which is a breach of the Companies Act.