The HMRC Import, Export data provides insights on goods being transferred between non-EU countries alongside the name of the companies involved.
A breach can be raised by the Health & Safety Executive as part of an investigation or inspection where Health & Safety regulations have been broken.
Information Commissioners Office (ICO) Enforcement Data provides information actions undertaken by the ICO as part of it's regulatory duties.
Environment Agency Enforcement Data is published by the Environment Agency (EA) who are responsible for enforcing the laws in England designed to protect the environment.
Finance & Tax Tribunal Data is released by the specialist The Finance & Tax Tribunal who decide disputes in a particular area of law.
Employment Tribunals Data is published by the Employment tribunals responsible for hearing disputes between employers and employees.
Disqualified Directors Data will allow you to check if someone has been banned from being a company director for not meeting their legal responsibilities.
A company is defined as a “subsidiary” of another company, if it is controlled by a 'holding', or parent company as defined in the Companies Act 2006
What is the definition of a Community Interest Company (CIC) and how do they differ to Registered Charities or Social Enterprises?
A simple definition of a sole trader is someone who runs their own business as an individual earning in excess of £1,000 a year.
An auditor is a person who makes an independent report to a company’s members as to whether the company has prepared its financial statements in accordance with regulations.
A subsidiary maybe able to claim exemption from audit if its parent is established under the law of a European Ecconomic Area state.
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