PLC Certificate to Commence Business
A public limited company cannot conduct business or exercise borrowing powers unless it has obtained a trading certificate from Companies House confirming that it has the minimum allotted share capital.
The certificate is obtaind by filing the application for a trading certificate for a public company - Companies House Form SH50.
It is an offence for a PLC company to trade without a trading certificate and the directors are liable, on conviction, to a fine.
SH50 - Application for trading certificate for a Public Limited Company
This Companies House form is used to make an application by a public company for a trading certificate.
We can apply and obtain for your PLC a trading certificate SH50 certificate to commence business. Please visit our PLC Company Administration fee page.
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