When registering a company, the Director/s need to include information about what rights each type of share (known as ‘Share class’) is given.
Most limited companies are ‘limited by shares’. This means they’re owned by company shareholders, who have certain rights.
As the Health and Safety regulator for England, Wales and Scotland the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) issues HSE Improvement Notices.
The Company Status on the Companies House Register provides information on the viability or current trading position of a company.
The introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations or GDPR led to an overhaul of the 1998 Data Protection Act, with the 2018 Data Protection Act.
Disqualified directors and their legal resposibilities. Anyone can report a company director’s conduct as being ‘unfit’ which may lead to disqualification.
Companies House use a condensed version of Standard Industrial Classification SIC Codes as made available by Office of National Statistics.
There are various company types in the UK, some limit liability, others don't, some have shareholders, some don't. Find out more about the different types.
Definition of a Micro-Entity for accounting purposes. Micro entiities disclose less information than Small, Medium and Large companies when filing.
The definition of a medium sized company is based on two of three conditions being met. These are set by the Companies House Act of 2006.
The Open API at Companies House provides great data access, but there are serious reliability and GDPR issues to consider before integrating.
Company Number Prefixes are assigned to non-standard companies to make them easier to identify. These are assigned when registering with Companies House.
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