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Life of a Company - Part 2 Event Driven Requirements
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Strike off, Dissolution and Restoration
Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration
Late Filing Penalties - 2
Company Registration Name: Late Filing Penalties
Strike off, Dissolution and Restoration
Company Registration Name: Registrar's Rules and Powers
Strike off, Dissolution and Restoration
Company Registration Name: Restricting The Disclosure Of Your Address
Incorporation and Names
Limited Liability Partnerships
Limited Liability Partnership Incorporation and Namess
Limited Liability Partnership Incorporation and Names
Life of a Limited Liability Partnership
Life of a Limited Liability Partnership
Limited Liability Partnership Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration
Limited Liability Partnership Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration
Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties
Limited Liability Partnership Late ;Filing Penalties
Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties
Limited Liability Partnerships Liquidation and Insolvency
Other Legislation
Other Legislation
Oversea Companies registered in the UK
Overseas Companies registered in the UK
Limited Partnership
Limited Partnership Act
Limited Liability Partnership Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration
Newspaper Libel and Registration Act
Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties
European Economic Interest Groupings
Conducting Business in Welsh
Conducting Business in Welsh
The European Company: Societas Europaea (SE)
The European Company: Societas Europaea (SE)
Cross Border Mergers
Cross Border Mergers
Liquidation and Insolvency
Liquidation and Insolvency
Incorporating a company
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Company registration, Other Legislation : European Economic Interest Groupings

European Economic Interest Groupings or the EEIG Regulation aimed at creating a new legal identity. EEIG is a kind of association, which is formed between legal bodies or companies or individuals belonging to different European Union countries who have to operate jointly across the borders. The chief aim of this body is to evolve the economic activities of the members. Activities of EEIG are quite different from the tasks of its member-owners.

EEIG can be set up in any Member States of EU and can operate from any part of those states. EEIG can go for arrangements with companies outside EU, but those organizations can never become a member of EEIG.

 What tasks do the EEIG perform?

EEIG activities must relate to economic activities of its members but the initiatives should come as auxiliary. The words “ economic activity” has a broad connotation. For instance even research institutes and universities can be a part of EEIG. Even people following similar professions can form an EEIG. However, working individuals must consider that whether participation in such a group is contrary to the rules of their vocation. EEIG does not practise any particular profession. Rather it supports the members in their respective profession. EEIG works on the wishes of its members.

What are the merits of an EEIG?

If you are a part of some EEIG, you will enjoy numerous advantages. EEIG has the right to go for contracts and also has the power to sue. Moreover, the members also have the flexibility regarding the financing methods. Smaller forms that might be a part of the group can contribute their skills and services instead of capital. Rights, funding methods and obligations vary from member to member and everything is laid down in a contract, which facilitates formation of the group.

What is the process of structuring EEIG?

The procedure of setting up of EEIG is very similar to that of the formation of a company. An EEIG must have at least 2 members from two different Member states. There should be a manager whose function will be to carry on with the daily operations of the EEIG.

Who can be a member of EEIG?

 

 

As per the regulations, EEIG membership is open to all the people and organisations located within the Union. The only requirement is that every member has to be involved in some kind of economic activity in the EU before being a member of the group.

Is there any specific nationality requirement?

AN EEIG has to have two members who have their principal activities or central administrations based in any of the member states. Firms, companies and legal bodies has to fulfil the following requirements in order to be eligible for a membership in EEIG:

  • They have to be formed as per the laws of any of the Member States and should have their statutory or registered office within the EU.
  • They have to have their central management operating within the limits of EU.
  • Individuals who perform commercial, industrial, agricultural or craft activity or offer professional assistance within the limits of EU.

 

Organizations or individuals who do not belong to EU countries cannot be members of EEIG.

Termination and formation of an EEIG has to be published in the London, Belfast or Edinburgh Gazettes. The information related to creation and cessation of EEIG will then have to be published in the Official Journal of the European Union within 1 month. Apart from this information, other events and changes related to the EEIG must be published in the Gazette.

 



Company Guidance:

Incorporation and Names

  1. Incorporating a company
  2. Choosing a company name
  3. Sensitive words and expressions
  4. Objections to company names
  5. Directors and secretaries
  6. Public companies
  7. Community Interest Companies
  8. Right To Manage companies and Commonhold Associations
  9. Disclosure of company name and specified other information
  10. Business names

Life of a Company - Part 1 Annual Requirements

  1. Annual Return
  2. Accounting reference Dates
  3. Accounting records
  4. Accounts for your members
  5. Accounts for Companies House
  6. Small company accounts
  7. Medium-sized company accounts
  8. Dormant company accounts
  9. Partnership accounts
  10. Community Interest Company
  11. Auditors

Life of a Company - Part 2 Event Driven Requirements

  1. Directors and secretaries
  2. Change of registered office
  3. Company records
  4. Resolutions
  5. Change of company name
  6. Change of constitution
  7. Share capital
  8. Re-registration of a company
  9. Charges & mortgages (England and Wales, Northern Ireland)
  10. Charges and mortgages (Scotland)

Strike off, Dissolution and Restoration

  1. Voluntary strike off and dissolution
  2. Companies no longer carrying on business or in operation
  3. Restoration by court order
  4. Administrative restoration

Late Filing Penalties - HOME

  1. Late filing penalties explained
  2. How to avoid late filing penalties
  3. Once a penalty has been imposed?
  4. Late filing penalty appeals

Late Filing Penalties - HOME

  1. Powers which relate to the delivery of information r
  2. Powers to amend the register
  3. Other registrar powers

Strike off, Dissolution and Restoration

  1. Grounds of the application
  2. Application by an individual to restrict the disclosure of their residential address
  3. Application by a company, LLP or overseas company to restrict the disclosure of its officers addresses
  4. Application by a subscriber of a proposed company or proposed member of a proposed LLP
  5. Application by an individual to make an address unavailable for public inspection
  6. Application by a company to make the addresses of its members unavailable for public inspection
  7. Application by a person who registers a charge to make an address unavailable for public inspection
  8. The registrar s decision

Limited Liability Partnerships:

Limited Liability Partnership Incorporation and Names

  1. Incorporating an LLP
  2. Members and designated members
  3. Choosing an LLP name
  4. Sensitive words and expressions
  5. Change of LLP name
  6. Objections to an existing LLP name
  7. Disclosure of the LLP name and other information

Life of a Limited Liability Partnership

  1. Members and designated members
  2. Registered office
  3. LLP records
  4. Annual return
  5. Accounting reference dates
  6. Accounting records
  7. Accounts for the members
  8. Accounts for Companies House
  9. Small LLP accounts
  10. Medium -sized LLP accounts
  11. Dormant LLP accounts
  12. Auditors
  13. Charges and mortgages, LLPs registered in England and Wales or in Northern Ireland
  14. Charges and mortgages, LLPs registered in Scotland

Limited Liability Partnership Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration

  1. Voluntary striking off and dissolution
  2. LLPs no longer carrying on business or in operation
  3. Restoration by court order
  4. Administrative restoration

Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties

  1. Late filing penalties explained
  2. How to avoid a late filing penalty
  3. What will happen when a penalty has been imposed
  4. Late filing penalty appeals

Limited Liability Partnerships Liquidation and Insolvency

  1. General insolvency information
  2. Voluntary arrangements
  3. In Administration & Administration orders
  4. Receivers
  5. Voluntary liquidation

Limited Liability Partnership Liquidation and Insolvency (Scotland)

  1. General insolvency information
  2. Voluntary arrangements
  3. In administration' and 'administration orders
  4. Receivers
  5. Voluntary liquidation

Other Legislation:

Oversea Companies registered in the UK

  1. Registration
  2. Delivery requirements
  3. Disclosure requirements
  4. Insolvency, winding up and closure

Limited Partnership

  1. Limited partnership registration
  2. Further Information

Limited Liability Partnership Strike off, Dissolution & Restoration

  1. Newspaper registration
  2. Further Information

Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties

  1. About EEIGs
  2. How to register an EEIG
  3. Further Information

Conducting Business in Welsh

  1. Welsh Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships
  2. Translations and Bilingual Information
  3. Quality of Documents

The European Company: Societas Europaea (SE)

  1. About SEs
  2. Formation
  3. Names
  4. Administration and management
  5. Further information
  6. Glossary
  7. Appendix A - List of public and private limited companies in each Member State

Cross Border Mergers

  1. Companies House procedures for a cross-border merger
  2. Further Information

Liquidation and Insolvency

  1. General information
  2. Corporate voluntary arrangements (CVA) including CVA moratoria
  3. In administration and administration orders - Cases beginning on or after 15 September 2003: In administration
  4. Receivers
  5. Voluntary liquidation
  6. Compulsory liquidation
  7. European cross-border insolvency proceedings
  8. Frequently asked questions
  9. Quality of documents
  10. Further information

Liquidation and Insolvency (Scotland)

  1. General information
  2. Corporate voluntary arrangements (CVA) including CVA moratoria
  3. In administration and administration orders - Cases beginning on or after 15 September 2003: In administration
  4. Receivers
  5. Voluntary liquidation
  6. Compulsory liquidation
  7. European cross-border insolvency proceedings
  8. Frequently asked questions
  9. Quality of documents
  10. Further information

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