Limited Companys Letterheads and Notices

You must display the company’s registered name at its registered office and inspection place(s), and any other location at which you carry on business. The signs must be in a prominent position so visitors can easily read them. Companies may be exempt from this requirement where:·                     they have never traded – ie they have been dormant since incorporation ·                     the location is primarily a domestic location provided the premises is not the company’s registered office or a location for inspection of its records Where a business location is shared by six or more companies, each company is only required to display its registered name for at least 15 continuous seconds at least once every three minutes – eg by using an electronic notice-board.You must display your company name on business letters, notices, official publications, and websites.You must also display your company’s registered number and the address of its registered office on your electronic and paper documents, including emails, invoices, receipts, order forms and websites. You do not have to do so on every page of your website, but must place this information so that it can be easily found and read.

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