1. Can I register my UK company online?
2. What documents are required to form a UK company online?
3. Officers required?
4. Can anyone be a UK company director?
5. Can I choose any name I want for my UK company?
6. Registered Office
7. What is a dormant company?
8. Post Incorporation?
Yes it is possible to register your company online.
Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like us to incorporate your company.
You simply have to contact us with your chosen company name and we will assist you further. No signature is required as opposed to a paper based incorporation.
Private companies: At least one director must be appointed to run the company. At least one director must be an individual. A private company does not need to have a secretary.
Public companies: At least two directors and a secretary must be appointed. At least one director must be an individual and the secretary of a public company must be qualified.
You can not be a company director if :
There are a number of restrictions on your choice of company name. You can find list of sensitive words in the Annexes A-Z at Companies House.
Before choosing a name, it is important to ensure the name you would like to register is not the same as an existing name and is acceptable to Companies House.
Every company must have a registered office. This must be an address in England and Wales, in Wales (a "Welsh" company), in Scotland or in Northern Ireland. This must be a physical location where legal documents can be delivered to the company. You can not use a Po Box as your registered office address, you can however use your home address or trading address.
A company is dormant if it does not trade and has no accounting transactions.
Once a company has been incorporated, many directors make the mistake of thinking that that's all there is to it. Directors can be legally charged for not filing certain documents. If convicted, they will be fined up to a maximum of £5,000 for each offence and will also have a criminal record.
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