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Before you incorporate your company you will need to choose its name. The name you choose must not be identical or the same as of an existing registered company. A name of a private company limited by shares must end with the word "Limited" or its abbreviation - "Ltd". A name of a limited liability partnership must end with the abbreviation "LLP". Only symbols of the Latin alphabet must be used. There is a number of additional controls and restrictions which apply to the main part of your company’s name. These are set out in ‘The Company and Business Names (Miscellaneous Provisions) Regulations 2009’ (SI 2009/1085)’.
These are words and expressions which, when included in a company name, may imply business pre-eminence, a particular status or a specific function. For this reason, you must seek approval of the Secretary of State or other state authorities before the proposed company can be incorporated (or requesting a change to a company’s name). The aim is to ensure that the inclusion of the word is justified so that its use in the name does not mislead the public. The list of these words and expressions is available here http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/about/gbhtml/gp1.shtml#ch7
Memorandum of Association is a brief statement of the intention of the subscribers to be incorporated. It must be signed by the subscribers showing their respective names and that they agree to become members (i.e. shareholders) of the company. Articles of Association define procedures of existence of the company, including, but not limited to, issue and transferability of shares, directors meetings, management decisions, dividend policy, winding up, etc. From 1 October 2009 the Memorandum of Association must be in the statutory format as set in Companies Act 2006. Articles of Association may be in standard form as prescribed by regulation. Sample here An Object clause stating what particular activity the company is planning to carry, was abolished from the Memorandum of Association. Objects of the company are now unrestricted, however they can still be specifically added to the Articles of Association.
Registered office address should be located in the UK (England, Wales, Scotland or N.Ireland). All official notices – e.g. those from Companies House, HM Revenue & Customs, etc. - shall be delivered to the registered office address, which is a part of public records and available for inspection. Registered office address provided by Omega is located in England. You can use your own address as the registered office of the company as long as it is located in the UK.