Companies Act 2006 - Statutory Instruments
Company forms SIs
Very many sections of the Companies Act 2006 require information to be provided to Companies House in the prescribedform. The forms are specified by Statutory Instruments (forms orders) made under the Act. The forms can mostly be downloaded from the Companies House website.
This page contains the Statutory Instruments specifying the forms.
The Companies (Forms) (Amendment) Regulations
The main forms order.
The Companies (Registration) Regulations)
These regulations prescribe the form and content of documents used when registering a company
Regulation 2 prescribes the form of the memorandum of association. The forms in Schedules 1 and 2 serve the limited purpose of providing evidence of the intention of each subscriber to form a company and become a member of that company and, in the case of a company that is to have a share capital on formation, to take at least one share.
Regulations 3 and 4 prescribe the information required to be contained in the statement of capital and the statement of guarantee to identify each subscriber to the memorandum of association. This is the name and address of each subscriber.
Regulations 5 and 6 prescribe the forms of assent for re-registration of a private limited company as an unlimited company and re-registration of a public company as a private and unlimited company.