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Deregister or Re-Instate a Company or CC

Need to Deregister your Company OR Re-Instate your Deregistered Company? 

Get your Company Deregistered or Re-Instated at CIPC – Starting at only R1590.

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Do you need to Deregister your Company OR Re-instate a Deregistered Company?

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Deregister a PTY or CC

R1590 Once-Off

Complete your deregisteration service at the CIPC with Company Partners in south africa
Reinstate or deregister your company at the CIPC with one of our experts, anywhere in SA.

Re-Instate a Company

R2690 Once-Off

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Company Partners assists South Africa’s Entrepreneurs to become registered, empowered, and grow into sustainable businesses. Specialising in company registration and compliance since 2006, we have expanded our expertise to include accounting, payroll and website design.

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FAQ's on Company Deregistration and Re-Instatement at CIPC:

The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) in South Africa permits the restoration of a company that has been previously deregistered. This refers to the process of restoring a company to its active legal status.

  1. The Company or CC remained operational until it was deregistered. (You will require evidence such as bank statements).
  2. The Company or CC possesses assets, such as property, and also has obligations, such as debts.
  3. The re-instatement is required by a court order.

For the company or close corporation to be considered in business at the time of deregistration, it is necessary to provide adequate documentary evidence in the form of bank statements covering a period of six months prior to and six months following deregistration.

Conducting a comprehensive search to determine the ownership status of real estate properties, whether they are moveable or immovable.
Provide documentary evidence demonstrating that the company or close corporation was actively engaged in business activities at the time of deregistration. This evidence should include bank statements covering a 12-month period that extends beyond the date of deregistration. Additionally, provide evidence of any assets or liabilities, such as property or intellectual property rights, that the company had at the time of deregistration.


Voluntary Deregistration: Your firm can be voluntarily deregistered provided it fulfills the following criteria:

  • Terminated Operations: The company has permanently ceased trading and has no plans to resume its activities.
  • Zero Assets and Liabilities: The corporation possesses no remaining assets, such as property or equipment, and has no ongoing debts, including loans and taxes.


Automatic Deregistration: The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has the authority to deregister your company automatically under certain circumstances:

  • Non-compliance with yearly Returns: You have neglected to file two or more consecutive yearly returns. (This can result in penalties and fees, even when deregistering.)

Deregistration refers to the process by which a business terminates its registration with CIPC as a company or close corporation. This occurs when the business is no longer operational and has no remaining assets or liabilities.

Liquidation refers to the process by which a business is forced to halt its operations, typically as a result of financial difficulties. If a business possesses assets, liabilities, or both, it may be required to pursue the liquidation process.

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