Strike off Section 8 Companies

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Section 8 Companies

Section 8 Companies, also known as non-profit organizations or charitable companies, can apply for strike off if they wish to voluntarily close their operations.

Compliance Review

The company must ensure that it has fulfilled all legal obligations, such as filing annual returns, maintaining proper books of accounts, and updating any changes in the company's structure or activities.

Board Resolution

The board of directors of the Section 8 Company should pass a resolution to initiate the strike off process. The resolution should be duly recorded and authorized by the board.

Application for Strike Off

The Section 8 Company needs to submit an application for strike off to the relevant regulatory authority, along with the necessary documents and fees. The application should include details of the company's assets, liabilities, and reasons for seeking strike off.

Benefits of Strike off Section 8 Companies

Compliance Closure

By opting for strike off, Section 8 Companies can formally close their operations while ensuring compliance with legal requirements. It allows them to fulfill their obligations and avoid any future legal or regulatory issues.

Cost Savings

Maintaining a company, even if it is not actively operating, incurs ongoing compliance costs such as filing fees, statutory audits, and other administrative expenses. Strike off eliminates these costs, allowing the company to save financial resources.

Clarity and Finality

Strike off provides a clear and final resolution for Section 8 Companies that no longer wish to continue their activities. It offers closure and ensures that the company's status is officially terminated, providing certainty to stakeholders and the public.

Ease of Winding Up

The strike off process for Section 8 Companies is generally less complex and time-consuming compared to other forms of winding up. It offers a simplified procedure for closing down the company, reducing administrative burdens and facilitating a smooth closure.

Documents Required

Digital Signature

Creditors consent



Indemnity bond

Business proofs

Identity proofs

PAN Card


Process for Striking off Section 8 company

Pass a special resolution

Make a formal declaration approved by the Registrar of Company

Appoint the liquidator

Collect the assets and pay the debts

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Complete the process in 3 Easy Steps

Typically, the initial stage of answering quick questions regarding the striking off of Section 8 companies can be completed within a few days to a week. This involves addressing basic queries and providing general information about the striking off process.

Once the quick questions are answered, the next step involves providing assistance and guidance to the Section 8 company seeking striking off. This stage can take several weeks to a few months, depending on the complexity of the case, the documentation required, and the cooperation of the relevant authorities.

The completion of the entire striking off process for a Section 8 company can take several months or longer. The timeline can vary based on factors such as the compliance requirements, clearance of liabilities, fulfillment of regulatory obligations, and the response time of the concerned authorities. It is not uncommon for the striking off process to take anywhere from a few months to a year or more.

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The process typically involves filing an application with the Registrar of Companies, providing necessary documents and information, and complying with any additional requirements as per the applicable laws and regulations. The Registrar will review the application and, if satisfied, strike off the company's name from the register.


Yes, a Section 8 Company can apply for voluntary strike off if it meets the necessary criteria and complies with the prescribed procedures. The decision to strike off can be taken by the company's directors and members through a resolution.

Once a Section 8 Company is struck off, it ceases to exist as a legal entity. However, there may still be liabilities or obligations that need to be addressed, such as pending legal proceedings, unpaid debts, or unresolved contractual obligations. It is essential to ensure that all such matters are appropriately settled before the strike off.


In some cases, a struck-off Section 8 Company may be eligible for revival. The process and requirements for revival can vary depending on the jurisdiction and specific circumstances. It typically involves making an application to the relevant authorities, providing necessary documents and information, and fulfilling any outstanding obligations.