Procedure How to deregister a non-trading company

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Direction de l'Expansion Économique

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MC 98000 MONACO

Ms Barbara BIANCHI :
(+377) 98 98 40 32

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Principle and conditions

In principle, deregistering a Non-Trading Company takes place when liquidation procedures have been completed, after the company has been dissolved.

In two circumstances, deregistration can be applied for without the need for the company to be dissolved:

  • If all the parts of a company have been merged under a single stakeholder under Article 1703-1 of the Civil Code
  • In the case of a transfer of property by means of a merger or demerger, under Article 1709 of the Civil Code

1

Obtaining and Completing the Form

To get the form, you can either:

  • Or collect it from the Business Development Agency

2

Collating the documents

You must provide the following documents:

  • Two copies of the completed "Demande de radiation" form, and, if relevant, one of the following documents:
    • The minutes of the partners' meeting stating that the procedures to dissolve the partnership have been completed, registered with the Department of Tax Services
    • If there is an early dissolution decided by the sole shareholder following the combining of all the shares in his or her holding:

- The decision by the single stakeholder to dissolve the company, registered with the Tax Services
- The deed of conveyance of the shares registered with the Tax Services, or the deed of gift of shares, or any other deed of award of all the shares
- A declaration of solvency, if the sole shareholder is a natural person

  • If there is dissolution as of right in the absence of the transfer of shares within the legal deadline, following the holding of all the shares by a single shareholder:
    • The deed of conveyance of shares registered with the Tax Services
    • Or the deed of gift of shares
    • Or any other deed of award of all the shares
  • If there is a merger, takeover or split between companies: 
    • The act of merger, absorption or split registered with the Tax Services
  • One of the following official documents justifying the identity of the liquidator, or the sole shareholder and stating whether a proxy is involved:
    • An extract of a birth or marriage certificate
    • Copy of ID card
    • Residency permit or passport

 

3

Submitting your application

All of the documents, including two signed and dated completed copies of the form, in addition to the supporting evidence, are submitted or sent off to the Non-trading Companies Special Registry of the Business Development Agency. You will have to pay deregistration fees of 15 euros, by cheque made payable to the RCI or in cash at the service counter.

In addition to these fees, you should allow for postage costs if the documents are sent by post – copy of the deregistration certificate. 

Last update: 21/10/2015

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