Companies House definition

Companies House means the office of the Registrar of Companies
Companies House means Companies House, whose main functions are to incorporate and dissolve limited companies and examine and store information delivered under the Companies Act and related legislation (see http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk);
Companies House means Companies House (see website address)

Examples of Companies House in a sentence

  • Where Contractors are not registered with Companies House, they must forward the information detailed in Annex 1.

  • Companies, SEs and LLPs will need to keep a PSC register, and must file the PSC information with the central public register at Companies House.

  • A copy of the Annual Return form AR01 submitted to Companies House for Contractors registered in the UK.

  • A copy of the final audited financial statements including Balance Sheets and Profit and Loss Accounts with associated accounting policies and notes to the accounts within the 10 Months of the end of the accounting period, as per the deadline imposed by Companies House, for Contractors registered in the UK.

  • The first directors shall be those persons notified to Companies House as the first directors of the charity.


More Definitions of Companies House

Companies House means the U.K. Registrar of Companies.
Companies House means the registrar of companies for England and Wales;
Companies House. – means Companies House, the executive agency of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy and any body which undertakes an equivalent role outside of the UK.
Companies House means the Companies House, an executive agency of the UK Department of Trade and Industry.
Companies House means the office of the Registrar of CompaniesConflicted Director” means a Director in respect of whom a conflict
Companies House means the Registrar of Companies in England and Wales.