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Temptations Hair and Beauty
6th September 2018
Temptations Hair and Beauty (the “Business Name”) has been registered under RBN number 25365 since 21 September 2009, at the registered address is 1-2 Alma House, La Route De St Aubin, St Lawrence, Jersey, JE3 1LL. Temptations Hair and Beauty Ltd (the “Company”) was registered on 6 December 2017 under company number RC125307.
This Public Notice is made in order to advise members of the public and any parties doing or anticipating doing business with the Business Name, that it has no connection (by way of ownership or trade) with the Company.
The Company is listed to be struck off on 1 October 2018 in accordance with Article 205 of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991, as amended, for failing to have a registered office in Jersey in accordance with Article 67 of the Companies (Jersey) Law.
The registrar's published, approved manner for companies publishing notices to creditors pursuant to article 127FC
24th February 2011
Article 127FC(5) provides for the registrar to approve the manner in which a company shall publish, within the time limits set out in Article 127(6), a notice (in relation to mergers) and its contents to the company’s creditors.
The registrar’s approved manner is: A notice required under Article 127FC must be published at least once on the Public Notices section of the Commission’s Companies Registry website.
Notices must be sent to the Companies Registry’s e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org for publication. A notice must be attached to an e-mail as a PDF.
Direction in accordance with the Foundation (Jersey) Law 2009 (regulation 16(3))
16th July 2009
The Registrar is required by Regulation 14(3) of the Foundations (Continuance) (Jersey) Regulations 2009 (the “Continuance Regulations”) to direct the manner in which a notice of the intention of a recognized entity to apply to the Commission for the entity to be incorporated as a foundation must be published pursuant to Regulation 14(2).
The Registrar directs that the notice required by regulation 14(2)of the continuance Regulations must be published on the Public Notices section of the Commission’s Companies Registry website http://www.jerseyfsc.org/registry/.
Notices must be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com for publication. The notice must be attached to an e-mail as a PDF file and have a file name in the format FD_F8_CP[ number]_[foundation name].pdf
Notice under Article 71(3) of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991
These Notice are given pursuant to Article 71(3) of the Companies (Jersey) Law 1991 (the Law).
As of 30 December 2010, 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. 2. This second Notice applies to all companies registered under the Law.
As of 9 February 2018, in addition to complying with the requirements of Article 71 of the Law, the annual return of a company shall state, as at 1st January of the year to which the return relates
if it is a par value company –
- the nominal share capital of the company,
- in respect of each class of share, the number of shares into which the class is divided and the nominal value of each share class,
- the number of shares of each class that have been issued,
- the aggregate nominal value of shares of each class that have been issued, and
- the amount of the nominal value that has been paid, or credited as paid, on each share that has been issued;
if it is a no par value company –
- the limit (if any) on the number of shares of each class authorized to be issued, and
- the number of shares of each class that have been issued;
if any person is a member of the company by reason of holding a share –
- the total amount (including, in the case of a par value company, premiums) that has been received in payment of the shares that have been issued,
- the total amount of unpaid calls on shares that have been issued, and
- the number of shares (if any) that have been forfeited, the amount (if any) paid on those shares and the amount (if any) received by the company on the sale of any shares that have been forfeited;
if it is a company having any guarantor member, the maximum amount that is guaranteed by each member in that capacity.
The annual return shall include a declaration, signed by a director or the secretary of the company, to the effect that the information contained in the return is complete and accurate in all respects.
Until the conditions set out in (1) and (2) above are met, a defaulting company will be deemed not to have complied with Article 71 of the Law and accordingly, the annual return will not be accepted by the Registrar of Companies.
Such failure could result in the defaulting company being struck off under Article 205(2) of the Law.