strike off


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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.
The second notice which will officially strike off the company could appear any day now.
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.
The GMC knew he had been struck off and about the two women's deaths but it does not automatically strike off doctors banned by foreign regulatory bodies and any action would have meant witnesses flying from Canada and the whole case being heard again.