1. The owner's decision that includes a provision to the effect that the company be placed under liquidation.
2. A copy of the articles of association of the company and any amendments thereto (if any).
3. A recent (maximum 3 months old) official copy of the commercial registry.
4. A power of attorney made directly by the company owner (whether an individual or a juridical person) to the effect that the company be placed under liquidation or be wound up.
5. A copy of the applicant's personal ID.
6. Service fees payment receipt.
8. If the liquidation is due to the expiry of the term of the juridical person, which incorporated the single member company, a copy evidencing the crossing out of the juridical person from the Commercial Register must be submitted.
9. If the liquidation is due to the interdiction or incapacitation of the owner of the single member company, the judgment of the interdiction or the incapacitation or the judgment appointing the guardian must be submitted.
10.. If the liquidation is due to the death of the owner of the company, the following documents must be submitted:
(i) The owner's death certificate;
(ii) The decree of distribution of the inheritance;
(iii) The successors' resolution to place the company under liquidation; and
(iv) An evidence to the effect that the six-month period required for the company to adjust its legal status has passed.
11. If the liquidation is because of disposing of a part of the capital without adjusting within the 90-day period counted from the date of the act of disposal, the following documents must be submitted:
(i) An evidence to the effect that GAFI has been notified in advance of the assignment or the disposal of the part of the capital; and
(ii) An evidence to the effect that no action was taken within the 90-day period from the date of the act of the disposal to change the legal structure of the company.