Fees

(Prescribed by the Companies (Forms and Fees) Regulations, 2004)

(A) For incorporation or registration

Incorporation

Private company limited by shares, specified under section 184 (see Note)

 £50

 

Private company limited by guarantee

£50

 

Other private company

£500

 

Public company

£500

 

 

 

Registration

Foreign company

£250

 

 

 

Change of Name or other change in a companyís articles of incorporation

Any company

£50

Reservation of name

Any company

£20

(B) On delivery of documents to the Registrar  

Annual return

Any company

£10

 

 

 

Financial statement

Private company limited by shares, specified under section 184

nil

 

Private company limited by guarantee

nil

 

Other private company

£50

 

Public company

£50

 

Foreign company

£50

 

 

 

Prospectus

Public company

£50

 

 

 

Any other document

 

nil

(C)  For the provision of company information  

Search

To view information at a computer terminal in the Registrarís office

£2 per 20-minute session or part thereof

 

To print information from a computer in the Registrarís office

  50p per page

 

To view summary information via a website maintained by the Registrar

  nil

 

To access copies of registered documents via a website maintained by the Registrar

 £5 per document

 

 

 

Certification

Certification by the Registrar of a copy of any document held by him

£10

 

Issue of a certificate by the Registrar regarding any information held by him in relation to a company (other than a certificate of incorporation or registration issued at the time of such incorporation or registration or any certificate of actual or intended dissolution)

   

 

£25

Note: To qualify as a specified private company under section 184 of the Companies Ordinance, a company's articles of incorporation must contain

  • a restriction on the transfer of shares,

  • a limit of 11 on the number of shareholders (excluding any present or former employees),

  • a prohibition on any invitation to the public to subscribe for any shares or debentures in the company, and

  • a statement that business will be conducted in St Helena (or Ascension Island as the case may be).

Forms and articles

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