Maintenance & support services for company
The annual legal service for business encompasses a variety of procedures and measures that are imperative for upholding the company's Good Standing or Active status.
As part of our comprehensive service, we offer the following provisions:
Legal address service
Director, shareholder, and procurator services
Registered agent, secretary, administrator, and contact person (local representative) services
Service of monitoring changes and notification about the new rules and legal requirements of the country where the company is registered
Virtual office service
Service of payment of the annual fee
Service of keeping company documents and registers at the legal address to comply with the rules of the law of the country of registration
Service for the preparation and submission of the administrative report on the company (Confirmation Statement, Annual Return, Annual Report, etc.)
Adhering to these procedures and availing of annual maintenance services not only preserves the company’s Active status but also guarantees compliance with legal obligations and facilitates seamless operations throughout the year.
Kindly be advised that the range of services provided and their availability may differ based on the specific conditions and requirements set forth by the country where the company is incorporated.
Failure to renew the aforementioned services can result in the following consequences:
Consequently, the company will be deleted from the Register of Companies of its country of incorporation.
We have meticulously crafted a concise checklist specifically designed for discerning company owners to ensure their compliance with the requirements stipulated by the country of incorporation:
Verify the company’s good standing, confirming the payment of governmental fees, annual fees, and legal address fees. The company registry should reflect an Active status. If the registry is closed, refer to the Certificate of Good Standing or Certificate of Incumbency for confirmation of the company’s status.
All necessary permits and licenses have been received as required by applicable regulations.
Financial Statements (audited Financial Statement) have been prepared and submitted, all taxes have been paid.
Ensure the availability of accurate and up-to-date bookkeeping records.
Verify that there are no outstanding debts to tax authorities or state bodies.
The presented checklist serves solely as an informative guide, formulated in accordance with general regulations. It is important to note that each country may impose distinct prerequisites to maintain a company’s active status. To ensure compliance with the specific requirements applicable to your company on an annual basis, we strongly recommend contacting the esteemed legal professionals at Lawtter Solutions. Their knowledgeable team will provide tailored guidance and clarify the requisite services necessary for your company’s continued adherence to regulatory standards.
Being in a state of Good Standing holds significant importance for any company.
It signifies the company’s adherence to all legal requirements and regulations prescribed by the governing authorities and the laws of the country where it is incorporated. A company enjoying Good Standing status possesses the freedom and privilege to conduct its operations without any impediments.
To sustain the coveted Good Standing status, an annual update of the company’s records is mandatory. This entails submitting accurate and current information concerning the company’s structure and activities. One of the principal obligations is to file annual reports, such as the Confirmation Statement (also known as the Annual Return or Annual Report).
Lawtter Solutions is your trusted partner for comprehensive company legal services.
We offer a comprehensive bundled annual service package that encompasses all the necessary services to obtain and maintain your financial licenses. With our assistance, you can bid farewell to concerns regarding crucial aspects such as monitoring important dates for company service updates, making payments to various entities, and potential penalties resulting from non-compliance with the laws of the country of registration.