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Life of a Limited Liability Partnership
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Limited Liability Partnership Late Filing Penalties
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Limited Liability Partnerships Liquidation and Insolvency
Other Legislation
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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
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Liquidation and Insolvency
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Incorporating a company
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Company Registration Name: Registrar's Rules and Powers

           
The Registrar of companies bears a range of power and it is defined by the company’s law under Part 35 of the Companies Act 2006 and as applicable by the Limited Liability Partnerships or LLPs. The powers of the registrar are as follows,

  • Taking the decision on the authenticity of the documents, the forms and the manner of delivery
  • Entering into an agreement with companies and making way to a filing service, which is only available in electronical form only
  • Doing necessary amendments in the registry, if the circumstance is such
  • On certain circumstance that registry can even be annotated
  • Setting the fees for the performance of the functions of the registrar

 

Now, here are the answers to few of the common queries made in terms of the rules and powers of the registrar,

What does the form, the manner of delivery and authentication of the documents mean?

The chief modes of delivering the documents to the registrar include electronic mode, which can either by means of a computer software system or through the website belonging to the Companies House or in form of paper. The only requirement happens to be that the document, which is deliverable, must meet the requirement of the registrar in terms of the format and the way, it needs to be signed and delivered. The requirement is determined by the legislative regulations, such as, Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 or Companies Act 2006.

If the document is being delivered in electronic form, then the registrar has the right to impose requirement in the manner of delivery or the authentication needs. This can be done under section 1117 of the Act.

In case the document is delivered in paper form then there are prescribed rules for the format of the paper form, how will the forms look and how they need to be filled up, who can sign them and where they should be sent?

What are the consequences for improper delivery?

 

If the document won’t be delivered on time then the registrar has the power to reject it. Although, it is even possible that the registrar might even accept the document, which hasn’t met the proper delivery requisites. This might happen that even if something is missing or irrelevant then it is not apparent to the registrar and he might accept it. Although, if the document is not properly signed or do not bear the proper authentication code by the act then it won’t be acceptable by the registrar at any case.

How long does the document is kept by the registrar?

The normal rule about keeping the original paper document by the registrar happens to be 3 years for both company documents and LLPs. Actually an electronic image of the document is been kept by the registrar. After the stipulated time the records can be destroyed by the registrar, who is holding the documents, at the time, when this provision is been enforced on October 1, 2009.

 

What needs to be done in case of dissolved companies and LLPs?

 If the LLP or the company has been dissolved for about 2 years then the registrar has the authority to direct the records related to them or he/she can even remove it to the Public Record Office for England, Northern Ireland and Wales or to the National Archives for Scotland.

 

 



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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