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New website disclosure

As all company directors are no doubt aware, a company must display its full company name on a range of documents including business letters, notices, official publications, orders, cheques, invoices, receipts and letters of credit.

In addition a company needs to include on all its business letters and order forms additional information including its place of registration, company number and the address of the registered office.

However, following the sexily named “The Companies (Registrar Languages and Trading Disclosures) Regulations 2006”, websites too will also have to include the information required for business letters. The website will also need to state, if applicable, if the company is being wound up.

So make the call to your website developers now whilst you remember.



Date: 22nd March, 2007
Author: Gary Farnes


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