Apply for voluntary de-registration with ASIC
Want to de-register your company? Follow ASIC’s process.
If you want to de-register your company and are no longer operating, you can voluntarily de-register your company, provided you meet the criteria. Our lawyers can walk you through the process of de-registering your company with ASIC.
Voluntary de-regisitration application
Phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer
Yes, you can voluntarily de-register your company by lodging an application with ASIC. However, it’s essential that you meet the criteria for de-registration. Our lawyers can chat with you and ensure you meet the criteria to avoid any hiccups.
To voluntarily de-register your company, you’ll need to lodge an ASIC Form 6010, prepare a members’ and directors’ resolution, ensure you have no outstanding debts or liabilities and settle all disputes prior to applying.
There’s a lot to think about when applying, so chat to our lawyers if you need assistance.
Voluntary de-registration of a company means you need to meet ASIC’s criteria. If you don’t meet these requirements, another option is to wind up your company. This means you’d need to liquidate your assets, pay creditors and ensure you have no outstanding debts
Our package starts from $600 + GST and includes preparing an ASIC Form 6010, preparing a members’ and directors’ resolution and phone consultations with a Sprintlaw lawyer who can advise you on the legal issues that may arise for your business during the application.
Please note that ASIC fees for lodging the application are not included in this package.
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