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Companies Housenoun

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GOVERNMENT, LAW in the UK, the official government organization that keeps a record of all UK companies and information about them. A company that wishes to become a limited company must, by law, be registered with Companies House: One of the main functions of Companies House is to incorporate and dissolve limited companies, in accordance with the Companies Act of 2006.
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