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Once your request for access is approved, you need to assign yourself as a User of our filing service. Get an overview of how companies are structured, find out about the company records you need to keep, and what's involved when you incorporate with and report to the Companies Office.
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Find out how New Zealand law affects the directors and shareholders of your company, and your responsibility to create and maintain accurate company records, report to us and file financial statements.
Before they can carry out some business activities, companies incorporated in other countries, including Australia, must register with the Companies Office and then keep their company details up to date.
When your company closes down you need to remove it from the register. Your company can be removed if it amalgamates with another company or doesn't file its annual return. Only some companies can be reinstated to the Companies Register once they've been removed. Find out who can apply, what evidence to provide and if you should apply to the Registrar or the High Court. Find out about voluntary administration, receivership and liquidation external administrationand the roles and responsibilities of those appointed to manage your company's affairs.
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All help topics Before you receiverships and liquidationsmarket a company 5 guides. Before you set up a company Choosing a type of company for your business Keeping company records Company meetings Reporting to the Companies Office.
Starting a company 12 guides. Incorporating a company How to reserve a company name Transferring a company name reservation Company addresses Tax registration Registering the appointment of a director Registering a shareholder Filing director and shareholder consent forms Issuing shares in a company Incorporating with a company constitution How overseas companies set up as an NZ business Ultimate holding companies.
Keeping company details up to date 13 guides. How to file an annual return Getting authority to update company records Getting a copy of your company information Adding or removing a company constitution Changing a company name Updating company addresses Registering the appointment of a director Updating a director's details Managing share allocations Receiverships and liquidationsmarket a shareholder's details Applying for a correction to the register Changing your financial reporting month See all 13 guides for Keeping company details up to date.
Shares and shareholders 7 guides. What it means to be a shareholder Registering a shareholder Filing director and shareholder consent forms Issuing shares in a company Managing share allocations Updating a shareholder's details Distributions to shareholders. Company directors 7 guides. Filing annual returns 7 guides.
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Financial reporting 7 guides. Who needs to submit financial statements How to submit financial statements Preparing financial statements Financial reporting fees and penalties Changing your financial reporting month Financial reporting for FMC reporting entities Reporting for NZ companies registered in Australia.
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Closing a company 11 guides. Before you close your company Removing your company receiverships and liquidationsmarket the register When the Receiverships and liquidationsmarket removes your company How to remove a company from the Overseas Register Objecting to the removal of a company Withdrawing an objection How companies amalgamate Before you apply for amalgamation Preparing documents for a long-form amalgamation Preparing documents for a short-form amalgamation Applying for company amalgamations.
Restoring a company to the register 4 guides. Before you apply to restore a company Applying to the Registrar to restore a company Reasons and evidence for restoring a company Applying to the High Court to restore a company.
When your company fails 9 guides. What happens during voluntary administration Appointment and responsibilities of administrators What happens after a watershed meeting What happens during receivership Appointment and responsibilities of receivers What happens during liquidation Appointment and responsibilities of liquidators Filing by administrators, liquidators or receivers Holding creditors' meetings.
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