U.K. Professional Clients
U.K. Private Customers
The first option of the limited partnership formation in Scotland is the fastest process with certificate of registration to get your business started.
This package has been created just for non-UK residents over the age of 18 years old. We will register your new limited partnership from scratch using one of our own registered office addresses in Scotland, and appoint your own candidates as partners. Upon incorporation, these details will be registered as the original details of your LP with the public records.
The following document will be sending by post to you upon the registration of your limited partnership: -
1. The laminated certificate of incorporation.
The following documents will be sending by e-mail to you upon the registration of your limited partnership: -
1. An electronic partnership agreement;
2. An electronic meeting of the board of members;
3. An electronic membership certificates.
We will incorporate your new limited partnership from scratch using one of own registered office addresses in Edinburgh, and appoint your own candidates to the roles of the limited partner(s) and general partner(s). Upon a limited partnership formation, these partners' details will be recorded as the original details of your Scottish limited partnership.
Your application will be submit on paper forms. 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, but it is not possible to register a limited partnership in Scotland via our online formation software.
Our business consultants have broad and deep business experience with the limited partnerships 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 needed.
If you require any basic or general information regarding our online order form, limited partnership incorporation procedures, partnership establishment fees, or partnership registration requirements, you can address your enquiry over the phone +44 (0) 207 935 5171 by speaking with our customers service support team.
In the case you require more detailed information about a limited partnership registration procedure, management and organisational development, additional services available, please feel free to contact +44 (0) 207 935 5171 and speak with one of our consultants, who are experts in Scottish limited partnership registration, management and annual compliance requirements.
The formation of a limited partnership in Scotland usually takes as little as four to six business days from the time that Coddan receives your application and the payment. Limited partnership registration can sometimes take slightly longer. Although the majority of Scottish limited partnerships are incorporated within a maximum of six days, there may be occasions where the process takes longer due to circumstances beyond our control. Please note that, although your Scottish limited partnership will generally be registered in four to six days, the delivery of your Scottish partnership' documents typically takes slightly longer.
Due to the implementation of 2017 Money Laundering Regulations (EC Fourth Money Laundering Directive 2015/849) on 26 June 2017 it is now necessary for all Trust and Company Services providers including LP formation agents (in our case: Coddan CPM LTD) to register with the HM Revenue & Customs and to put anti-money laundering systems into place.
If you will order a registered office address, or a nominee member from us, we are therefore required to ask for the scanned identification of an LP members and beneficial owners of all newly registered LPs via e-mail first before we can undertake to provide incorporation service for your limited partnership.
Within 14 days we will require you to post us a recent utility bill(s) (for past three months) showing names and current addresses of your LP' members and beneficiary owner(s)', and also their passport or driving licence(s).
These can be original documents or copies certified by a solicitor, notary public or commissioner for oaths.
If you are an overseas based client you should provide us copies of passport(s) and utility bill(s) with the notarised translation into English. We can process the order immediately to incorporate your new limited partnership, but will not send you corporate documents until we receive required due diligence documents.