SAIL Address (Single Alternative Inspection Location)

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A SAIL address is where a company or LLP can keep its statutory records and make them available for public inspection.

There is no legal requirement to have a SAIL address, it’s optional, but it must be different then the registered office address.

If you decide to use one, you must provide detail of the address to Companies House and tell them what records are kept there.

This information will be placed on the public record.

If you do not use one, you are legally required to keep all statutory records at your registered office.

  • What records and registers can be kept at a SAIL address? (All of these registers are available for public inspection.)
  • Register of members (Shareholders or guarantors)
  • Register of Directors.
  • Register of debenture holders.
  • Register of PSC.
  • Register of charges and instruments creating charges.
  • Directors’ service contracts
  • Directors’ indemnities
  • Copies of company resolutions
  • Minutes of general meetings
  • Documents relating to redemption or the purchase of own shares.

 
 

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