Statutory Notice to Those with Knowledge of PSCs (LLP)
This Statutory Notice to Those with Knowledge of PSCs in a LLP is the type of notice that a LLP may give to an individual under section 790D of the Companies Act 2006, where the addressee is not a PSC but the LLP knows (or has reasonable cause to believe) that the individual may have knowledge of someone who is a registrable person.
LLPs must only put confirmed information on their PSC register and therefore they must take reasonable steps to find out if there is anyone who is a PSC/RLE and identify them and their registrable interest. If a LLP knows or has reasonable cause to believe that a person either knows the identity of someone that is registrable or, knows the identity of someone likely to have that knowledge, they may send a notice to them asking them to confirm their knowledge.
This letter gives notice to the relevant individual to confirm their knowledge within one month of the date of the letter.
A form of this notice is also freely available from the www.gov.uk website.
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