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Our FREE one hour Webinar Series continues this Wednesday 17th February at 1pm with Holding Company Meetings, this webinar will cover: Director Meetings; AGM & EGM’s; Written Resolutions; Drafting minutes If you haven’t already registered you can register here and if you have any questions regarding the Webinars please feel free to contact us.

CLS Webinar Series

We may be all stuck at home, but it means there has never been a better time to spruce up our knowledge. Join CLS for our 1-hour webinars on all aspects of Company and Company Secretarial Practice. And its free! Our webinars are designed not to bamboozle you with theory, but rather Conor Sweeney, will

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Christmas Opening Hours

On behalf of all the team here at CLS, we would like to wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas and best wishes for 2021.  Our opening hours for the Christmas period are as follows: Monday December 21st – 9am – 5:30pm Tuesday December 22nd – 9am – 5:30pm Wednesday December 23rd –

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Christmas Message 2019

As a year and a decade draws to a close and we are all RBO’ed out we would like to thank you for all your support during the year, we really appreciate it. READ MORE

The introduction of mandatory electronic filing forced all presenters and companies to electronically file annual returns. Most people have had experience in electronic filing but like any process there are challenges and issued to be aware of. This article will attempt to highlight some of the important areas to consider in advance of the deadline

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The Court of Appeal clarified handed down an important decision in an appeal case taken by the Director of Corporate Enforcement against a decision in Re Walfab Engineering Limited. The Court has re-affirmed that no material distinctions exist in the company law obligations of a director of any type of company regardless of the size

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AGM & EGM Meeting Rules

The rules regarding members meetings are contained in Part 4 Corporate Governance of the Companies Act 2014. These meetings are important as the directors do not hold all the powers of a company and certain decisions must be referred back to the members for approval. Before an AGM or EGM is convened, the constitution of

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