CIPC - Company/Close Corporation Deregistration

A business can be referred for deregistration upon request from the company or close corporation or any other third party, provided that the company or close corporation has ceased to carry on business; and has no assets or, because of the inadequacy of its assets, there is no reasonable probability of the company or close corporation being liquidated.

Deregistration will also be triggered when two or more successive annual returns are outstanding.

You canĀ  find out more from CIPC here

The full process of a company/close corporation deregistration includes:

  1. CIPC deregistrationĀ 
  2. Closing off of the accounting records **
  3. Submission of outstanding returns to CIPC **
  4. Submission of outstanding SARS returns which will be required for a tax clearance certificate **
  5. Deregistration with SARS
  6. FinalisingĀ legal matters as provided by your legal advisor including any contractual obligations which are required to be fulfilled in order to deregister

**These processes will be invoiced for separately. We will set up a scoping call to run through the status of all CIPC and SARS submissions

Creative CFO can help with the CIPC deregistration process and will:

  • Compile all supporting documents that are necessary for the deregistration
  • Ensure all supporting documents are acceptable to CIPC
  • Apply for the deregistration and submit the supporting documents to CIPC
  • Track the application and ensure it is successfully processes

When you check out you may select a quantity of 1 and we will get in touch with a confirmation of what information we will need from you to get started.