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Where are records of UK companies that went into receivership kept?

How far back do they go?

Is it public domain or access or do you have to pay?

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  1. Bacc says:
    If it’s a Private Limited Company (Ltd), a Public Limited Company (plc) or a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), all the records are kept at Companies House. I’m not sure how far back the records go, but they’ve got a great search facility on the website.

    Very basic information is free to access, but if you want reports, Articles of Association or Accounts, there is a small fee payable after registration. Any information you pay for is downloadable from your account (‘live’ for 14 days), so you can see the information more or less straight away, then save it to your computer…and print it as often as you want!

    The website closes at 11pm (UK time) every night.

    Of course, if it’s a Sole Trader or non-limited partnership you’re looking for, well….their records are totally private since there’s no ‘legal separation’ of the business from the owner in these types of companies.

    Happy Hunting!

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