What are Company Registers?
All companies must maintain registers showing up-to-date information about the company and its officers. Companies traditionally purchase a hard-copy company register and fill in their company's details.
FREE WITH EVERY COMPANY FORMATION
Legal Clarity has a better approach.
We have developed an Online Company Register system for our customers. It provides your company with a straightforward and efficient way to create and store all of the legally required company registers. Best of all, its FREE when you form a company with us.
Please note that Company Registers are also referred to as 'Company Books' or 'Statutory Registers'.
Accessing your Online Company Registers
After forming a company with Legal Clarity you will receive a username and password to access your company's Online Company Registers.
We will enter all of your new company's details onto your registers, so that you fulfil your company's legal obligations in this regard without lifting a finger. All you have to do is update your registers if and when there are any changes to your company's details, such as the appointment of a new Director.
What registers are included?
All the registers which you are required by law to maintain are included in our Online Company Registers including:
- MEMBERS - Showing past and present shareholders/members.
- TRANSFERS - Tracking transfers of the company's shares.
- DIRECTORS - Showing past and present directors of the company.
- SECRETARIES - Showing past and present secretaries of the company.
- CHARGES - Showing any charges over the company's assets such as mortgages on property owned by the company.
Our system also stores copies of your key company documentation such as the:
- Certificate of Incorporation.
- Memorandum and Articles of Association.
The Companies Act 2006 (coming into force up until October 2009) brings significant changes to the information that companies are required by law to record on their registers. Our Online Company Registers are updated with every change in the law, so that you do not have to purchase a new hard-copy set of registers every time the law changes.