This Notice is given pursuant to Article 71(3) of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the Law).
This Notice applies to any company in respect of which a notification has been filed in accordance with Article 67 of the Law (on form C14a) to the effect that an occupier does not authorise its premises to be the registered office of that company and such notification remains outstanding (a defaulting company).
An annual return submitted by a defaulting company under Article 71(1) of the Law on form C20 must also be accompanied by form C14 (notice of change of registered office) and form C14b (notification that an occupier authorises its premises to be the registered office of a named company). Forms C20, C14 and C14b and the information contained in them shall together comprise the required annual return for a defaulting company for the purposes of Article 71 of the Law. All such forms must be duly completed.
Until these conditions are met, a defaulting company will be deemed not to have delivered an annual return in accordance with Article 71 of the Law. Such failure could result in the defaulting company being struck off under Article 205 of the Law.
30 December 2010
Julian S Lamb
Deputy Registrar of Companies