A simple yet important task is choosing a company name! CRO have strict rules regarding choosing a company name.
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The Companies Act 2014 contains a new Part which contains for the first time the duties and responsibilities of a director and company secretary.
A company director is a person appointed, usually by the members of a company, to manage the company on their behalf.
All companies are required to have at least one member and depending on the company type, they may also hold shares in the company.
Every company is required to have a company secretary. If the company only has one director (LTD company) then the secretary must be different to the sole director.
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Registration of a Business Name obligatory if any individual or partnership or any corporate bodies carries on business under a name other than their own true names. The purpose of registration is to make public aware of the identities of individuals behind the business name. The applicant must have a place of business in the State.
One of the first steps in setting up a company will be to select an appropriate company type. The activities of the company will determine the most appropriate company type.
A foreign limited company registered abroad may register a branch in the State. Any company that is registered abroad and establishes a branch in the State must register with the Registrar of Companies within 30 days of establishment of the branch in the State.
Every company is required to have a common seal that shall state the company’s name, engraved in legible characters.