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Stationery requirements for a limited company

By law, you need to make sure that your company’s name is on most of your official documents. Business letters, order forms and your website also have to display certain company-specific information.

Your limited company’s name needs to appear on all of the following documents:

  • Invoices, receipts and letters of credit
  • Notices and other official publications
  • Business letters and order forms
  • Bills of exchange, promissory notes, endorsements, cheques and orders for money or goods

You also need to display your registered number, place of registration, VAT number and registered office address need to appear on all business letters, order forms and your website.

 

Other legal requirements for limited companies

 

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