Companies House Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Companies Housenoun

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GOVERNMENT, LAW in the UK, the ​officialgovernmentorganization that ​keeps a ​record of all UK ​companies and ​information about them. A ​company that wishes to become a limitedcompany must, by ​law, be registered with Companies ​House: One of the ​mainfunctions of Companies ​House is to ​incorporate and ​dissolvelimitedcompanies, in ​accordance with the Companies ​Act of 2006.
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