Corporate Matters — January 2014: relaxation of the administrative burden for companies
The government has been consulting on how it can reduce the administrative burden that weighs too heavily on companies. Legislation is likely to follow this year. What are the proposals?
The proposals form part of the government’s ‘Red Tape Challenge’. This is a process by which burdensome regulation can be identified and consulted on, with an aim to simplifying or removing it. There has recently been a Red Tape consultation relating to company law, and in particular for matters relating to Companies House filings, the focus of this article…
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