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How do I allocate shares in my company?

There must be at least one shareholder to take one share in the company by law. You can have another shareholder to take on an equal amount of shares, then it would normally be allocated as one share each. Since authorised share capital has now been abolished by The...

Do I need to fill out any complicated paperwork?

The simple answer to this question is no. You can complete our very easy to follow online registration form with your details. You can then sit back and leave the rest to us. We will come back to you to confirm your details and for any further information we may need...

What is a certificate of incorporation?

A certificate of incorporation will be issued once your company has been officially formed. It is a document that confirms your company registration with Companies House and that your company name has gone onto the public register along with your date of incorporation...

What are the memorandum and articles of association?

Both the memorandum and articles of association are necessary legal documents. These documents are used to confirm the following information: Your Company Name Your Registered Office location and Your statement of the internal constitution of the company These are...

Who should be appointed as a company secretary?

As there is no longer a legal duty to appoint company secretary since Section 270 of the Companies Act 2006 came into force, it is entirely up to you whether you choose to appoint a company secretary or not. However, very many registered limited companies still choose...

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