Member Since: 1st Mar 2017
Sales & Project Manager First Corporate Law Services Ltd
14th Nov 2019
Thank you! :-)
14th Nov 2019
Much appreciated - hope you're doing well.
13th Nov 2019
The Court Restoration process is time consuming and bureaucratic. It would involve preparing a claim form and witness statement and sending to the court with the fee. The court then return the issued claim claim form and copies of this must be sent to the Treasury Solicitor. The Treasury Solicitor will reply setting out the requirements of the registrar of companies. Forms are then submitted to the registrar, confirmation sent to Treasury Solicitor that the required undertakings will be given to the court. Witness statements then need to be prepared and sent to the court. Court will send sign copies to the registrar for restoration.
I think that's everything! The whole process can take months to complete.
If you would like us to help our fees are £900 plus disbursements, so like already said it's worth considering if it's worth it.
Feel free to get in touch if you need further info - fcls.co.uk
29th Jul 2019
Sounds like what you are proposing will work well:-
"Is it just a case of switching the payment option to ''let customer make payment'', link the payment to the invoice and then email the invoice as ''paid'' with a note in the email apologising for the delay in issuing"
26th Jul 2019
We (First Corporate) can help with this. We will provide:-
Companies House Forms
All delivered by email within 24 hours of your instruction. You simply sign and return and we do the rest.
Cost will be £172.00 + vat. Feel free to get in touch if you need any further information.
7th May 2019
Yes we can certainly help with this. The cost would be £172.00 + vat. This will provide you with all notices of meetings, minutes, resolutions, Companies House forms and we will review and amend the Articles. The paperwork would be with you within 24 hours. You sign this, return to us and we do the rest.
Just as an aside, InformDirect would not produce the necessary paperwork to handle a share restructure.
Feel free to get in touch if you need more info - [email protected]
28th Mar 2019
You may find this article useful.
We'd also be happy to help out with the paperwork. The cost will be £170 + vat.
7th Mar 2019
You would need minutes, special resolution, solvency statement and CH forms and yes you can move the share premium to the P&L.
You do not need to touch the redemption reserve, if you have a separate CRR you can also reduce that to P&L, and also any unwanted paid up share capital
We can take of this for you for £160 plus vat plus £10 duty fee. [email protected] (fcls.co.uk)
23rd Feb 2019
You can form the company with two subscriber shares and then either double up the shares so the percentages remain the same so they end up with 2 each in the holding company, or you can form the company with one subscriber share or two unpaid shares and pay up the shares as part of the share for share exchange - either way works.
Let us know if we can help - https://www.fcls.co.uk/share-for-share-exchange/
24th Jan 2019
You will need an ordinary resolution to reclassify the preference shares as B ordinary shares and adopt new articles updating the rights of the class shares along with SH08 form and possible SH10
We (First Corporate Law Services) can arrange for £165 plus vat if you need any help.