A registered office is the official address of an incorporated company, association or any other legal entity.

There are a number of places where it’s a requirement that you must display this information. Below we explain everything you need to know about the legal requirements for displaying registered office details.

 

Company letterheads, order forms and websites

Any company letterheads, order forms and websites must include the address of your registered office.

Other details which should be included on these documents and on your website include:

  • The part of the United Kingdom where your company is registered – England, England and Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales.
  • Your company’s registered number.

 

Invoices

As well as including your registered office on any invoices, you also need to add:

  • Your company’s registered name.
  • Any place where the company’s statutory records can be inspected (for example, SAIL address).
  • Any location other than the company’s registered office or SAIL address where the company conducts business.

Other documents you’re required to display your registered office information on include:

  • Stationery
  • Promotional material
  • All company documents
  • Letters

Please note that when displaying your registered office information, it must be clearly referred to as a Registered Office address and people should be able to find it easily.

If you would like further advice or information about where you need to display registered office information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we’ll be more than happy to help.

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