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What happens if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal in place?
If the UK leaves the European Union without any deal in place, companies which have only UK resident directors will be required to comply with section 137 Companies Act 2014. This is the requirement to have an EEA-resident director. Please see webpage.
Public Consultation on Limited Partnerships
The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation is reviewing the Limited Partnerships Act 1907. As part of the review process, the Department
is seeking submissions from interested parties. The deadline for submissions is close of business on Friday, 1 March 2019.
Prepare for Brexit
Government Departments, enterprise agencies and regulatory bodies have a range of supports covering advice, finance and upskilling to help your
business navigate its way through Brexit. With just months to go to the UK withdrawal from the European Union, understanding the potential implications
is a key first step in developing your Brexit contingency plan. Please see Department website.
This website has a number of links to advice regarding the change and also links to financial supports available, information on Upskilling and
information for the retail sector.
When filing the annual return, please remember that the signature page cannot be submitted prior to the upload of the financial statements. The signature page is in reference to the financial statements so the statements must be uploaded before the completion of the submission process.
If an annual return is non-compliant:
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