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Form AD01


Afternoon all

Does anyone know if CH still accepts form AD01 by post to change a companies registered address, client has moved but can not find the authentication code for me to change the address online.

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Hi Doug
They will, unless client is signed up for 'proof'. Recommend a call to Co House, unless he has a re-direct on post, in which case just request a new authentication code.

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Cheshire wrote:

Hi Doug
They will, unless client is signed up for 'proof'. Recommend a call to Co House, unless he has a re-direct on post, in which case just request a new authentication code.


Thanks Joanne, what is 'proof' not heard of that before, I will give CH a ring tomorrow

Partly my fault, I usually ask for the authentication code when the client first signs up but for some reason I don't seem to have it in my info pack

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www.gov.uk/guidance/protect-your-company-from-corporate-identity-theft

A good idea for your own Limited co, if you run through one.

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Thoughts are my own/not to be regarded as official advice,which should be sought from a suitably qualified Accountant.

You should check out answers with reference to the legal position



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Cheshire wrote:

www.gov.uk/guidance/protect-your-company-from-corporate-identity-theft

A good idea for your own Limited co, if you run through one.


Thanks Joanne, was unaware of this



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Doug

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