Is a company the right option for your business?
This section provides information about what companies are, and explains the process for registering a company with Company Haus.
Companies – an introduction
To register your company you will first need a Company Haus account. Then you follow the process of registration online, and pay a fee at the Treasury counter. Each step of the registration process is outlined here.
If your company has chosen to use the Model rules, you can download a copy for free here.
You need to have authority over your company on this website if you want to maintain company information on the register. If nobody has authority, then your company will be out of date and you may be required to pay late fees, or your company may be removed from the register.
This describes how to apply for restoration of a company to the register. If you have failed to re-register by 30 June 2011, you will be required to apply for a restoration of the company, along with a SBD 1,000 fee if you are a director, shareholder, liquidator or an agent for the company. You must also complete a re-registration form so that Company Haus has all the required details for your company.
Overseas Companies carrying on business on 1 July 2010 are deemed to be registered under the Companies Act 2009 (section 155(2). Those companies must file an annual return each year, and update Company Haus for various changes of their details.