890. Effect of Court order for restoration to the register
(1) The general effect of an order by the Court for restoration to the register is that the company is deemed to have continued in existence as if it had not been dissolved or struck off the register.
(2) The company is not liable to a penalty under section 426 for a financial year in relation to which the period for filing accounts and reports ended–
(a) after the date of dissolution or striking off, and
(b) before the restoration of the company to the register.
(3) The Court may give such directions and make such provision as seems just for placing the company and all other persons in the same position (as nearly as may be) as if the company had not been dissolved or struck off the register.
(4) The Court may also give directions as to–
(a) the delivery to the Registrar of such documents relating to the company as are necessary to bring up to date the records kept by the Registrar,
(b) the payment of the costs of the Registrar in connection with the proceedings for the restoration of the company to the register,
(c) where any property or right previously vested in or held on trust for the company has vested as bona vacantia, the payment of the costs of the Board–
(i) in dealing with the property during the period of dissolution, or
(ii) in connection with the proceedings on the application.