Introducing The 618 Bees Micro Company Secretarial Plan

Introducing The 618 Bees Micro Company Secretarial Plan

January 27, 2021

Here’s introducing the 618 Bees Micro Company Secretarial plan for businesses not big enough to need full blown legal services or dormant businesses yet to operate fully but wish to remain compliant.

Our Micro Company Secretarial plan has the following features:

  1. Annual Returns filing
  2. Documents Safe Keeping for a year.
  3. Advising on updated legislation in relation to Business Law and Tax Law, and other relevant laws. Whenever there is a new relevant law or enactment of any existing law, 618 Bees shall provide legal update notice to Client with details of the updated content;
  4. Preparation of resolutions in respect of Director’s Meetings, notices, consent, and proxies for Client.
  5. Safe Keeping of Company Seal.
  6. Preparation of resolutions in respect of Director’s Meetings, notices, consent, and proxies for Client.
  7. Preparation of standard Director’s resolutions and related documents pertaining to change of directors, secretaries and registered office.
  8. Legal advice in one (1) matter arising during business operation of Client.

Fee: N99, 650

To get signed up quickly, log on to our website www.618bees.com  or email hello@618bees.com, or give us a call on +2349017190079.

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Frequently Asked

  • Why must I file Annual Returns?

    It is a mandatory statutory requirement under the Companies and Allied Matters Act to file Annual Returns yearly. 

  • What’s the difference between a business name and an LLC?
    • A business name is a sole proprietorship, usually owned and managed by one individual only. Legally, the sole proprietor and his business are one. It simply means an individual trading with an alias. The sole proprietor is personally liable for all business related obligations.

    • 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. 

  • What is an execution clause in a contract?

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

  • What will happen if I buy the wrong category of forms with NAFDAC?

    Nothing, the purchased form will be in your account for future use.

     

  • What is data protection?

    Data protection is a legal process of protecting sensitive data.

  • Will my trademark registration in Nigeria protect me worldwide?

    No, all intellectual property (IP) rights which includes trademarks are territorial, which means you are protected in the countries in which you register them.

  • Is there a penalty for late renewal of registration of products with NAFDAC?

    Yes, there is a late renewal fee, which is dependent on the category of the product.

  • Can my kids be shareholders in my company?

    Yes your kids can hold shares in your company but there must be a minimum of two adult shareholders before kids can be included.

  • 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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