Companies Incorporated under the Companies Act 2014
Every company is required to paint or affix, and keep painted or affixed, its name on the outside of every office or place in which its business is carried on, in a conspicuous position, in letters which are easy to read. The company name in legible characters must be shown in all notices and other official publications of the company and in all bills of exchange, promissory notes, endorsements, cheques and orders purporting to be signed by or on behalf of the company and in all invoices, receipts and letters of credit of the company.
The following particulars must be shown on all business letters of a company;
The following additional particulars must be shown on letters and are also required to appear on order forms of limited liability companies, whether they are in paper form or any other medium (such as email or faxes);
These particulars apply only to business letters and order forms and do not need to be included on delivery notes or invoices.
Every limited liability company which has a website is also required to display either on its homepage or to be identified on its homepage, a readily accessible webpage on which the following appear:
For further information, please see Information Leaflet 7, regarding exceptions, Foreign Companies and Business Names.
Where a company is being wound up, every invoice, order for goods, or business letter issued by or on behalf of the company should contain a statement that the company is being wound up. This applies to unlimited as well as limited companies.
Where a company has had a receiver appointed over property of the company, every invoice, order for goods or business letter issued by or on behalf of the company should contain a statement that a receiver has been appointed. This applies to unlimited as well as limited companies.
Copyright 2017 Public Office Address: Companies Registration Office, Parnell House, 14 Parnell Square, Dublin 1, Eircode: D01 E6W8. DX Number: 145001. Phone: +(353 1) 8045200
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