Member Since: 30th Jun 2003
18th Oct 2016
Unless the company's Articles of Association say something different, an allotment of shares would need to be approved by the board of directors and evidenced either by all directors signing a written resolution, or with a minute of a directors meeting.
A single director in a board of 4 would not have the authority to issue shares on their own.
13th Sep 2016
See s2.2.2 (page 10) of the guidance
It does only needs to meet one of these conditions to be relevant.
13th Sep 2016
If Company B is a UK Registered company then, as it is required to hold it's own PSC register, it would qualify as a RLE and be the PSC for Company A.
The Director & 100% shareholder of Company B would then be the PSC for Company B.
24th Aug 2016
Companies House also have a free of charge tracking service to let you know when something is filed against a company.
24th Aug 2016
Companies House will accept accounts made up to 7 days either side of the accounting reference date.
6th Jul 2016
the contract is unfortunately still in his name as a sole trader. He tried to cancel it but was out of time by about one month so according to the debt chasing company he is still personally liable
If the contract is in his name as a sole trader and was never transferred to the company, then yes he is personally liable and will continue to be. The company would never have been liable, so it's being struck off would be irrelevant.
1st Mar 2016
Yes it's public information. From 6 April it must be entered on the Register of People with Significant Control, which is kept by the company, and available for inspection on request.
Then as from 30 June it will need to be included on the Confirmation Statement (replacement for the Annual Return) and will be available to anyone looking at Companies House.
27th Oct 2015
As long as you're electronically filing the AA01 it should update in Companies House systems within a few hours, you can then file the accounts.
7th Aug 2015
Both you and your employee are wrong
If you're paying monthly then the employee gets the same wage irrespective of the number of days in the month or the number of hours worked.
Your method underpays by basing it on a 31 day month, and hers overpays by using actual hours worked in a longer month.
Surely you just need to work it out as a percentage of the working month. 23 working days in July and she worked 14 of these so 60% of £1500. Works out over the year as:
MonthAmountFrom 14 July 15915Aug 151500Sep 151500Oct 151500Nov 151500Dec 151500Jan 161500Feb 161500Mar 161500Apr 161500May 161500June 161500To 13 July 16585TOTAL18000
20th Feb 2015
Whether passed at an EGM or passed in writing all shareholders with voting rights are entitled to receive notice of the resolutions and decide whether or not to pass them.
The removal of the share capital limitation and creation of a 2nd share class (with varying rights) will require the adoption of new Articles of Association which will need a Special Resolution.
A Special Resolution can be passed by shareholders representing 75% of the voting rights.
If you're not familiar with this process you should refer to a specialist in this area, as any discrepancy could invalidate the whole procedure.