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Good afternoon. Welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewing your question now for you.
You should have attached a draft order with your application so you will have to wait for decision if the court hasn’t issued an order yet. If you were represented to file the the n208 then your solicitor should have known to file the draft order too but if you were a litigant in person you wouldn’t have known unless legally trained. Any follow up please do not hesitate to send your message. All the best.
Hi, thank you for your message and being clearer on what you are asking. What you should send to companies house is the draft Consent Order stating 1. parties agree for the proceedings to be stayed pending satisfaction of the order 2. Companies house to remove the accounts from their records within 7 days of date when both parties have signed the Draft Order 3. Each party to meet their own costs.
Both parties sign and date and you send to court for court to consider and if happy to seal and companies house would then be obliged to remove the accounts
if there is no draft order agreed then you should expect to get further directions from court to complete directions questionnaire
You could be invited to mediate
You get a hearing date
you prepare witness statements and documents relied on and file with the court and serve on companies house. They will do the same
You pay hearing fee which the court notifies you of
you attend hearing, you either win or lose and if you win companies get 30 days to remove the accounts if you lose that would be self explanatory that the accounts remain as filed.all the best