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Certificate of Good Standing with Apostille

The Certificate of Good Standing is a document that is often requested by overseas authorities and organisations. Banks and other financial institutions often request these documents to check on the status of a UK company.

The certificate may be requested to confirm the companies official registered details and also that according to the records held at Companies House the company is ‘in good standing’. This means that the company filing is currently up to date and that no action is being taken by the registrar to strike the company from the register.

This certificate is often legalised with an Apostille when presented overseas. This ensures that the document is officially recognised as a UK document.

Our fees

Our fees for ordering the certificate on a standard service (5-7 days) are £35. We can also order the certificate on an expedite (1-2 day)service for £70.
If you want the certificate of good standing to be issued with an apostille certificate our fees are £54 for the apostille and £35 for the standard certificate of good standing.

Further Information
The certificate of good standing contains the following information-
That according to the records on file the company has been in continuous and unbroken existence since its date of incorporation
No action is currently being taken by the Registrar of Companies for striking the company off the register and dissolving it as defunct, and as far as the Registrar is aware:-
a) the company is not in liquidation or subject to an administration order, and
b) no receiver or manager of the company’s property has been appointed

The following information can also be added by request
The Registrar further certifies that according to the documents on the file of the company that:-
a) Directors details
b) Secretary details
c) Registered office
d) Subscribers and shareholders details
e) Share Capital Details

(As of 01/11/2016 CH will not show shareholders names, shares held or any statement of capital)