Query about filing "Dormant Company Accounts"


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usenetist

Hopefully, this is a simple query for one of the resident experts.

My understanding is that a company that is not trading can submit the
DCA form instead of publishing complete accounts.

http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/forms/generalForms/DCA.pdf


As a director of a dormant company, I need to fill in one of these
forms. The company has never traded. The problem is I don't have
access to the original share certificates when the company was
created, so i don't know what to enter into the "issued share capital"
section. Is there a way I can find out this information?

Thanks in advance
 
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Ronald Raygun

usenetist said:
Hopefully, this is a simple query for one of the resident experts.

My understanding is that a company that is not trading can submit the
DCA form instead of publishing complete accounts.

http://www.companieshouse.gov.uk/forms/generalForms/DCA.pdf


As a director of a dormant company, I need to fill in one of these
forms. The company has never traded. The problem is I don't have
access to the original share certificates when the company was
created, so i don't know what to enter into the "issued share capital"
section. Is there a way I can find out this information?
If the company is more than a year old, it will previously have
filed reports/accounts, and you could pay Companies House for a
copy.
 
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Chris

Ronald Raygun said:
If the company is more than a year old, it will previously have
filed reports/accounts, and you could pay Companies House for a
copy.
Or for that matter if you are referring to the initial subscriber shares
which could well be the case of a untraded and dormant company the details
of those should be available on the Memorandum of Association (which you
should in theory be able to get from companies house (although I think you
may only be able to access them online from companies house direct)
 

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