Changes to charge registration regime at Companies House

 As of 6 April 2013, the Companies Act 2006 (Amendment of Part 25) Regulations 2013 have been in force. The regulations were introduced with the aim of providing a single scheme for registration, satisfaction or alteration of company charges irrespective of the place of incorporation within the UK of the company.

From the perspective of insolvency practitioners, the main change is the alteration of certain forms. Forms LQ01 and LQ02 have been replaced by forms RM01 and RM02, which give notice to the registrar of companies of the appointment, or cessation, of a receiver or manager under the regulations…

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