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Adopt Jordans' articles

The law relating to company constitutions underwent significant change on 1 October 2009 when the remaining parts of the Companies Act 2006 came into force.  Companies formed before that date may find their ability to take advantage of some of the deregulatory measures and new procedures introduced by the 2006 Act hampered unless they take steps to review and update their articles of association.


Jordans' articles of association for a private company will not only give the company all the advantages of the new model articles but also cover those areas where additional powers or clarification of rights and obligations are desirable to provide maximum flexibility and ease of understanding.

More about keeping your constitutional documents up-to-date

Contact us to discuss your requirements

  • New articles of association reflecting your company's new choices

  • All documents needed to make the changes

  • Explanatory notes explaining the procedures you need to follow

Why use Jordans for reviewing, updating and reprinting constitutional documents?

  • Dedicated, experienced staff
  • Ongoing support - we have a range of administration services to help you after formation
  • Specialist expertise


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Helen Goose

Corporate Law Manager

(0117) 918 1322

Helen Goose

Adam Wadsley

Corporate Legal Services Executive

(0117) 918 1339

Adam Wadsley
Corporate Focus

No. 29 April 2013

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