How to change a proprietor’s signature on the Business Name Form

How to change a proprietor’s signature on the Business Name Form

March 03, 2020

To change a proprietor’s signature on a Business Name Form, please follow the procedure below;

  1. Write an application letter to the Registrar General of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) stating your reason and intention to change your signature.
  2. Swear or Affirm to an affidavit that you are the proprietor and that you intend to change your signature.
  3. Fill in a new Business Name Form and sign with your new signature.
  4. Make sure you have your Annual Returns Filing updated.
  5. Pay for the Process (Change of Proprietor’s signature)

After the above process, submit the documents alongside the old Business Name Form at the Corporate Affairs Commission office for the process to be concluded.

There you have it. Changing a proprietor’s signature is easy and achievable.

618 Bees can help you quickly and easily change the signature on your Business Name Form. Log on to our website www.618bees.comor email hello@618bees.com, or give us a call on +2349017190079. 618 Bees will complete the process with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

 

 

 

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  • When are Annual Returns due for filing?

    A company’s first Annual Returns are due for filing after 18 months of its inception, subsequently it should be filed annually as the name implies. The filing dates could differ for each company depending on their financial year end but must be filed not later than 42 days after its Annual General Meeting.

    The Annual Returns for Business Names is due not later than the 30th of June each year except in the year the business was registered.

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    To register a business in Nigeria; you would need to conduct a name search of the business. You can achieve this using your CAC-CRP account.

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    This is the section in which the parties sign the contract or agreement.

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  • What’s the difference between a business name and an LLC?
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    • A limited liability company on the other hand is a separate business entity from the individuals that hold its shares and act as directors. Legally, it’s a separate business entity and a person on its own who can transact business, own property separate from its owners and can sue or be sued. 

  • Can I trademark my logo and name separately? Why is this a good idea?

    Yes you can. The advantage is that it gives you the opportunity to have more than one logo or the opportunity to change your logo easily as opposed to registering the name and the logo as one trademark.

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