Statutory Notice Regarding Relevant Change of PSC Particulars (LLP)
This Statutory Notice Regarding Relevant Change of PSC Particulars for a LLP relates to the circumstances where a LLP knows (or has reasonable cause to believe) that a relevant change has occurred to the particulars of a PSC as stated in the LLP’s PSC Register.
LLPs must only put confirmed information on their PSC register and therefore if they know (or have reasonable cause to believe) that a relevant change has occurred, the LLP must take reasonable steps to verify that change. A relevant change occurs if the PSC ceases to be registrable or any other change occurs as a result of which the particulars stated for the PSC in the PSC Register are then made incorrect or incomplete.
This letter gives notice to the PSC to confirm their current status as well as state their current registrable interest within one month of the date of the letter.
A LLP is not required to give notice if it has already been informed of the relevant change and the information was provided by the PSC or with his/her knowledge.
Any change must be recorded in the LLP's PSC register within 14 days of a relevant change being confirmed and must within a further 14 days be notified to Companies House.
A form of this notice is also freely available from the www.gov.uk website.
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