You must keep accurate and up-to-date statutory registers for your business and a number of them need to be capable of inspection – this handbook sets out what each is and links to a template that you can use to create your own.
Our guide to company registers and recordkeeping explains in more detail why you may need or choose to have an alternative inspection location for those of your company registers that you are required to make available to the public on request.
Register of secretaries
A register of company secretaries is something that you'll need to put in place if you decide to appoint a company secretary to your business. Many small businesses will not have one and they are not legally required to do so.
Register of debentures
You will need to use this register if debenture stock is given.
Register of directors
A register of directors contains a number of key details about each statutory director that you appoint to help manage the running of your business.
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