Yes, Statbooks does refine and publish dissolution information to subscribers - initially when dissolution is proposed and again on finalisation. Compulsory Dissolution is arrived at by default in that it is not Voluntary (which is specifically flagged); an extended version of the dataset identifies those that will be, or have been, dissolved following Insolvency activity.
We do not hold "Compulsory strike-off action has been suspended." as a specific identifiable document but most can be arrived by default through dissolution being proposed but not completed within the normal timescale. We do hold Voluntary Dissolution suspensions which are specifically identified.
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