What is the Register of Directors (Corporate)?

Register Of Directors (Corporate)

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Companies are required to keep a register of Directors at their registered office (or at a place specified in regulations under section 1136 of the Companies Act 2006). This form of register is specifically designed to record the details of corporate entities who are acting as company directors. We have created registers applicable to both individuals and corporate entities respectively for ease of use due to the differing disclosure requirements relating to each, however the Companies Act 2006 does not draw a distinction between the two, referring only to a "Register of Directors".

Section 164 of the Companies Act 2006 details the disclosure requirements for corporates and firms. All these details are included in this template.

The register must be kept available for inspection at the company’s registered office by members (free of charge) or the public (for a prescribed fee). Refusal to permit inspection is an offence for which every company officer in default (including a shadow director) can be liable. In addition, the court may compel immediate inspection of the register if the company has refused.

This register is in fixed field format. Simply press TAB to jump from one field to the next and SHIFT + TAB to go back. Alternatively, use the mouse to click from one field to the next.

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