How Does a Registered Office Function?

By: Darvy Kaitlin

As per UK's Companies Act1985 section 287(1), every company in UK must have an office having a legal address. This legal address acts as a registered office for the company who has availed the registration. The registered offices are not the place form where you run your business. In fact, it is merely a legal address of your business, having which is necessary to start a business in UK. But, the importance of registered offices is limited only to have a legal office. Its importance as well as advantages are something beyond this.

The most important function of registered offices is that it is the place helping you have all kind of formal communication. This is the place where companies house, legal and revenue authority send you the official documents expecting that you are receiving the documents on time. So, make sure that the office address you are giving is correct.

Registered office, besides, serves you also in giving your company a good corporate image. By this facility, you can have an address of your office at any location you wish. It means, easily you can have your company's letterhead boasting your office location at a prestigious office area. It helps you not only in raising your business sells, but also you get a good image in eyes of your customers.

Registered offices are meant to small businessmen who are not capable of owning an office at their desired location in UK. Even People from outside UK can be benefited from this facility, as they can start their own business even without living in UK. What all they need to avail the facility of registered office from numerous of companies, and stick to the annual subscription by paying them on time. As, many of the companies have gone online, the process has become easier to avail an address for your office having adding significance in your business.

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