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Learn how to register, update and maintain a company.
If you are getting started in business there is plenty to learn. Different types of structures for your business, and basic features of a company – directors, shareholders, addresses etc… are some of these things.
There are a number of reasons why someone might decide to register a company.
To register a company, you will need a Company Haus account on the Solomon Islands Government’s Business Registry website.
Each step of the registration process can be viewed
Every company has a set of company rules which determine how the company will be administered.
A company may adopt its own tailored rules at the time of its incorporation or simply adopt the model rules already contained in the new Companies Act.
You need to have authority over your company on the Solomon Islands Business Registry website if you want to maintain company information on the register.
Companies who have been removed from the register for any reason specified under the Companies Act 2009, must apply to have the company restored to the Register.
The community company is a type of company designed to assist community groups in managing what they own and their businesses.
Overseas (Foreign) Companies carrying on business on 1 July 2010 are deemed to be registered under the Companies Act 2009 (section 155(2)).