Quick LLP registrations
The fourth option of the limited liability partnership formation is the fastest process with electronic documentation to get your business started, and business bank account with Barclays.
This package is cheap and cost effective way to start a business, and includes the provision of the registered office address in London, plus the secretarial service for the duration of one year.
Who is it for?
This package is particularly attractive to any aspiring entrepreneur starting up an LLP for the first time, who has clear understanding of the mandatory responsibilities that accompanies owning a business. This is our the most popular LLPs registration packages for such customers who run their business from home, and who are looking to have a prestigious office address in London. You can apply for the provision of a different registered address.
What do you get?
We will register your new limited liability partnership from scratch using one of our own registered office addresses, and appoint your own candidates as members. Upon incorporation, these details will be registered as the original details of your LLP with the public records.
The government fee for the incorporation of an LLP is included in the price of this package. The following documents, which need to be printed and signed, will be e-mailed to you upon establishment of your limited liability partnership: -
1. The certificate of registration;
2. The partnership agreement;
3. The meeting of the board of members;
4. Membership certificates;
5. The partnership' registers.
The following document will be posted by Royal Mail' first class to your door upon the creation of your limited liability partnership: -
1. The laminated certificate of incorporation printed on a special class of the ivory paper;
2. The elegant printed certificate of the registered office address;
3. The certificate of trademark registration.
With this package we will also provide the following service: -
1. The provision of the registered office address in London, at Baker Street;
2. The government mail forwarding or scanning with forwarding to your e-mail;
3. The certificate of the registered office address;
4. Monitoring changes in share ownership of the LLP;
5. Ensuring that the partnership files statutory information promptly;
6. Monitoring changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and taking appropriate action;
7. Developing and overseeing the systems that ensure that the partnership complies with all applicable codes as well as its legal and statutory requirements.
The business banking account is the subject to satisfactory status and identification checks by the Bank. You will be a subject to the usual credit & identity checks by the Bank.
Where you request a bank account through our business banking accounts' referral service, you confirmed that you agree that your personal details will be submitted on your behalf to the Bank & to being contacted directly by a Bank' officer for the purposes of fulfilling opening a business bank account request.
The business bank' accounts are opened & provided by the Bank and are subject of the Terms and Conditions as set forth by the Bank at the time of account opening.
Should you be unable to open a business banking account, we will not charge you an additional fee.
We will incorporate your new limited liability partnership from scratch using one of our own registered office addresses, and appoint your own candidates to the roles of members (partners). Upon an LLP incorporation, these officer(s)' details will be recorded as the original details of your business entity.
Your application will be submitted electronically. We are the approved E-filing partner of Companies Registrar and our online incorporation technology is one of the most advanced in the business start-up industry.
Our business consultants have broad and deep business experience with the limited companies registration requirements, and incorporation procedures, we can offer a free initial consultation either by e-mail or via the phone; but the personal consultations at our London office will be charged at our standard hourly rate £125.00, set at the minimum of one hour. Call us, and ask one of our specialists for an appointment for a fixed fee for the personal consultation.
If you require any basic or general information regarding our online order form, incorporation procedures, fees, or requirements, you can address your enquiry over the phone +44 (0) 207 935 5171 by speaking with our customers' service support team.
If you would like a personal face-to-face consultation & dedicated help with your LLP obligations, responsibilities of a partnership itself & legal requirements, tax advice, business or tax planning services, do not hesitate to call us: +44 (0) 207 935 5171, or 0330 808 0089 & ask for an appointment at our office in London.
The formation of a limited liability partnership usually takes as little as four to six hours from the time that your application & payment are received by Coddan.
We will file your application electronically with the Companies House, allowing the fastest possible registration.
This generally means that if you place an order before 13:00 (London time) on the normal working day; your partnership will be registered by the end of that day.
LLPs registration' can sometimes takes slightly longer. Although the majority of limited liability partnerships are incorporating within a maximum of 24 hours, there may be occasions where the process takes longer due to circumstances beyond our control.
When you register a trademark in the UK the process is completed through the Patent Office, giving the registrant far wider protection and making any infringement much easier to deal with.
There are two stages involved in the process - a formal trademark search and the full trademark application. The formal search will investigate further to ascertain if there are any existing identical or similar trademarks registered in the same or similar Class of goods/services or whether there is any reason why the trademark might be unacceptable under the terms of the Trademarks Act 1994 Section 3.
The application stage generally takes around six months to complete. Once a trademark application has been accepted by the Patent Office, it will be advertised in the Trademarks Journal, which is published every Friday on the Patent Office web site.
The Journal advertisement will last for a period of three months, which allows any interested parties with justifiable cause to oppose the registration of a trademark.
Opposition is the legal procedure, which allows anyone to try to stop the registration of a trademark. They may only do this by filing the appropriate documents with the Patent Office.
The government fee for the trademark registration is included in the price of this option.
The registration process includes the following: -
1. Trademark search conducted with the Patent Office, which takes approximately two to three weeks;
2. Application to register a trademark with the Patent Office in one class. Additional classes are charged at £100.00 per class (the government fee for an additional class is included in the price of this option);
3. The application can take approximately 5 months if no objections are raised;
4. Forwarding of a Trademark Certificate upon registration;
5. Ten years registration upon successful application.
We will ensure that you are kept informed of the status of your trademark application during the process.
Stage 1 - filing the trademark application. To file a UK trademark application in one class we charge a fixed fee of £350.00. Of this, our legal charges for preparing and filing the application are just £150.00. The official filing fee is £200.00.
For each additional class we charge a fixed fee of £100.00. Of this, our legal charges are £50.00 and the official fee is £50.00. It is possible to file a fast-track application which will be examined within 10 business days after filing for an additional £300.00 cost.
Stage 2 - the prosecution. After filing your application, we charge on a time and materials basis for the work we undertake through to the registration of the mark. Our charges will depend upon how straightforward the application is and whether it receives any objections. This is not something we can predict with absolute certainty, although we do aim to warn you if your application is likely to be problematic. There are a wide variety of objections that can be raised by an examiner including that your trademark is descriptive and not distinctive e.g. the trademark SHOES for a 'shoe store'.
In the event of an objection, we would need to respond to the examiner. Responding to objections may include presenting evidence of use, engaging in correspondence and/or attending a hearing with the examiner. A third party may oppose your trademark application on a number of grounds including that it is identical or similar to their trademark and that there exists a likelihood of confusion between your proposed trademark and their registered trademark.
In the event of an opposition, we will advise you of your additional legal charges and expenses before proceeding on your behalf. Note that most but not all trademark applications are straightforward and go through without significant objection or opposition.
The total costs of filing an application to register a trademark or/and logo: you are looking at an estimated total cost of £600.00 if the application proves straightforward & is registered in one class only.