What is Dissolving a Limited Liability Company?Trinidad and Tobago

Dissolving a limited liability company means striking it off the Register of Companies and closing down the company. The matter is intricate because there are employees involved as well as creditors.

In order to dissolve a limited liability company in Trinidad and Tobago, an application must be filed requesting that the company be struck off the Register of Companies. The name of the registered company, the registration number, incorporation date must be included. A detailed explanation must also be given to justify the request.

Within 6 months’ notice will be given in the Gazette of your request to be de-registered. At this juncture, persons with an interest in your company may come forward.


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