Home address for confirmation statement

If a client is working overseas for the foreseeable future and still owns his own home in the UK

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If a client is working overseas for the foreseeable future and still owns his own home in the UK, what home address should be used on the confirmation statement ?  Would it be correct to use his UK home address and not the temporary overseas?  Not known how long he will be overseas.  

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By Matrix
25th Mar 2024 21:38

IANAL but I would check the Companies Act. There will obviously be tax implications if the company is still trading which you may or may not already have addressed.

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By Maizie
26th Mar 2024 10:40

The company is not trading at the moment, Thanks, I will check the Companies Act.

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By FactChecker
25th Mar 2024 22:02

At an entirely pragmatic level ... who, if anyone, will be aware of mail delivered to that UK address? And would they have the authority to open it (and know what to do next)?

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By Maizie
26th Mar 2024 10:42

He has stated that he has measures in place to ensure he receives all mail delivered to his home address. Any official correspondence is sent to the company registered office in the UK which I have access to . Thanks.

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By I'msorryIhaven'taclue
26th Mar 2024 10:55

Why not have the Director's Service Address at the company's registered office?

That way he won't have any mail delivered to his residential address, plus his residential address can be kept out of the public domain.

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By Maizie
26th Mar 2024 14:33

The director's home address is required by Companies House , (I think it can be an overseas address, but can't be a business address), but will not appear on the public register.

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By DJKL
26th Mar 2024 10:58

You can use a SAL. Registered office of course has to be where registered.

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