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Write to Companies House, supplying full details, together with any evidence, such as copy letterheads in the case of stationery breaches, or relevant correspondence from the company for consideration.
Companies House have the authority to consider extending the filing time in exceptional circumstances, for example following a situation following and unforeseen event that was out of the company's control. Companies House require a written request for an extension, explaining the reasons for the delay and when they expect to be able to file by. The extension request must be made BEFORE the filing deadline, otherwise it cannot be considered.
The above information is required on all forms of communication, e.g. letters, order forms, emails and websites.
Any disputes arising between a Limited Company and a sole trader, partnership or trading name should be dealt with by the Courts. We recommend that you take legal advice.
If you become aware that a new limited company has a similar name to your limited company and you believe this to be detrimental to your business, you may write to Companies House and clearly state why. Companies House can only accept such objections for a twelve-month period following the incorporation of the name being objected to.
No, since the Business Names Act 1916 was repealed on 26th February 1982, it is no longer necessary or possible to register a business name, and all files and records relating to previous registrations under that legislation have been destroyed.