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A Members Return of Final Meeting refers to a document that is filed with Companies House to notify the completion of the final meeting of the members (shareholders) of a company that is being wound up or dissolved.

When a company is in the process of winding up or dissolution, a series of formal meetings may be held to inform the members about the progress of the winding-up process, present the final accounts, and seek approval for the distribution of remaining assets among the members or creditors. The final meeting marks the conclusion of these meetings.

After the final meeting, the company is required to submit a Members Return of Final Meeting to Companies House. This document provides details about the final meeting, including the date it was held, any resolutions passed, and the outcome of the meeting.

The Members Return of Final Meeting is an important filing that serves as a record of the company’s final meeting and provides transparency to Companies House and interested parties about the conclusion of the winding-up or dissolution process.

It is worth noting that the specific requirements and procedures for filing the Members Return of Final Meeting may vary depending on the type of company and the circumstances of the winding-up or dissolution.

These notices are filed with Companies House against the registered company number. All UK company liquidation notices and updates are tracked centrally by Doorda.