The third option of the limited lianility partnership formation is the fastest process with electronic documentation to get your business started, and business bank account with Barclays, RBS or Lloyds.
This package has been created just for UK-residents over the age of 18 years old.
This package is for anyone who wants the simplest basic offer with all documents produced electronically & business banking account as part of this offer.
The following documents will be sending via e-mail to you upon the registration of your limited liability partnership: -
1. A certificate of incorporation;
2. The partnership agreement;
3. The meeting of the board of members;
4. Membership certificates;
5. The partnership' registers.
The following documents will be posted by Royal Mail' first class free of charge to you upon the formation of your LLP: -
1. Two laminated certificates of registration printed on a special class of the ivory paper;
2. Two hard bound copies of the partnership agreement;
3. Two hard bound copies of the partnership's registers;
4. One hard bound copy of the of the first meeting of the board of members;
5. Two membership' certificates printed on the special layout security design paper;
6. A certificate of the beneficial owner;
7. The rubber stamp of your partnership.
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 own limited liability partnership from scratch using your own registered office address, and appoint your own candidates to the roles of members and the person with significant control. Upon business entity' creation, these details will be recorded as the original details of your limited liability partnership.
Your application will be submitted electronically; we are the approved E-filing partner of Companies House' and our online incorporation technology is the most advanced in our industry.
Our business consultants have broad and deep business experience with LLPs registration requirements, and incorporation procedures, we can offer a free initial consultation either by e-mail or via the phone; personal consultations at our main office location in London, which is situated in 120 Baker Street; & will be charged at our standard hourly rates set at the minimum of one hour. We endeavour to respond to your e-mails within 24 hours.
If you require any basic or general information regarding our online order forms, incorporation procedures, fees or legal requirements, you can address your enquiry over the phone: +44 (0) 207 935 5171 or 0330 808 0089.
If you would like a personal face-to-face consultation & dedicated help with your limited liability partnership obligations, responsibilities of a company 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 lianility 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 limited liability partnership will be registered by the end of that day.
LLPs registration' can sometimes takes slightly longer. Although the majority of partnerships are incorporating within a maximum of 24 hours, there may be occasions where the process takes longer due to circumstances beyond our control.