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GFC Holdings Ltd Struck Off

#1
Having no accounts filed for over a year the warning notice in the Gazette a couple of months age said that all the assets would become 'bona vacantia' ie belong to the state. Any idea what it means in reality?
 

Trashbat

Vital Squad Member
#3
It means that the assets become property of the Crown.

You can apply for the company to be resurrected through the courts. I’ve done it for clients before without any issues.
 
#11
really quite poor that our accounts are late....again. I fail to understand how anyone can be in such a position. Interestingly Mr Anderson still listed as a director....thought that was terminated? Oh, did we forget the paperwork?
 

Hardy31

Vital Squad Member
#15
It does appear that the Mr Anderson has since kept very quiet. Considering he was a prime member of this company, I would have thought he might have provided some verbal input before the company was suddenly dissolved.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#16
It does appear that the Mr Anderson has since kept very quiet. Considering he was a prime member of this company, I would have thought he might have provided some verbal input before the company was suddenly dissolved.
Surely, the dissolution is all part of a plan?
 

Baghdad_Rob

Vital Squad Member
#17
It does appear that the Mr Anderson has since kept very quiet. Considering he was a prime member of this company, I would have thought he might have provided some verbal input before the company was suddenly dissolved.
Mr Anderson has always been very quiet so not very surprising he hasn't said anything.

Gillingham Holdings used to contain two subsidiaries. One is the main club and the other being Priestfield Developments Ltd. Since the later was dissolved last year, there is no reason why you would need to have a holding company if it only has one subsidiary contained within.
 

Wayne.Kerr

Vital Champions League
#18
Mr Anderson has always been very quiet so not very surprising he hasn't said anything.

Gillingham Holdings used to contain two subsidiaries. One is the main club and the other being Priestfield Developments Ltd. Since the later was dissolved last year, there is no reason why you would need to have a holding company if it only has one subsidiary contained within.
Who now owns the 35,000,000 shares in GFC Ltd previously held by GFC Holdings and, of course, what happened to the bank loan - more will be revealed when GFC Ltd files its overdue accounts and annual return that deals with change of shareholders etc.
 
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Baghdad_Rob

Vital Squad Member
#20
Who now owns the 35,000,000 shares in GFC Ltd previously held by GFC Holdings and, of course, what happened to the bank loan - more will be revealed when GFC Ltd files its overdue accounts and annual return that deals with change of shareholders etc.
I doubt that anything will be revealed in the due accounts that wasn't revealed in the prior year's set of accounts.

As for the who owns the 35,000,000 shares then the answer is Mr Scally. There are around 47m shares in total of which the 35million is Paul Scally's controlling stake.