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A firm must follow the regulations the exchange set forth to be listed on the exchange. In the event that they don’t, they are taken off the exchange. Exchange issues notice to a firm for being out of compliance with a deadline. Theoretically, a delisted stock may be relisted on a significant exchange, but this rarely happens. The delisted company would need to avoid bankruptcy, address the situation that led to the delisting, and then meet the requirements of the exchange. A delisted company that goes bankrupt and delisted shares that loses all of their value is a more frequent occurrence than a relisting. The business may be liquidated or bought out of bankruptcy by a private owner. The business may also reorganize before eventually going public through an IPO and issuing new shares to new investors.